Finding a Stryker Hip Replacement Lawyer: Not As Easy As You Thought It Would Be!

You’re looking for a Stryker hip replacement lawyer — a good, reputable firm to help you understand (and possibly exercise) your legal rights to get compensation for medical trauma and other damages you endured due to a malfunctioning metal-on-metal component.

As you’ve probably read about at length, when the metal components grind against one another, they can release heavy metals into the bloodstream, causing a condition called metallosis, which can lead to blood poisoning, horrible pain, and even death. Hopefully, you’ve already been in touch with a competent physician or emergency medical technician to manage your immediate healthcare crisis.

But you’ve got a secondary crisis “waiting in the wings” — a potential legal battle against the equipment manufacturer or some other entity. Obviously, you’re in no position to wage
your own legal battles, so you need to find a competent hip replacement law firm to guide you, step-by-step through the process, and alleviate your fears and concerns, so you can focus on healing.

However, locating a quality firm is no small task, especially in today’s world. The online media environment, for instance, is oversaturated by legal blogs (like this one) run by firms that want your business. Not all great firms have great websites, and vice versa.
And while you might prefer to get a referral from a trusted friend or advisor, you might not have any good leads.

Reading various law firm websites provide does not necessarily lead to clarity, either.

Again, a great firm can put out “so-so” web content, and vice versa.

Here’s a little exercise to help you cut through the clutter. Give yourself a deadline for your research. Maybe you set that deadline at three hours or two weeks. Whatever the case, make a decision now that, by the time that deadline elapses, you’ll make a decision about your law firm. Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to research and call firms to get consultations. But don’t give yourself endless amounts of time. By bounding your decision making this way — by limiting the amount of time that you have to make the decision — you may actually improve the quality of your decision.

That sounds counterintuitive, but that’s what’s some of the latest research in decision-making psychology suggests — that, when you limit your choices, you actually feel more satisfaction about the choices that you make.

Of course, we at the Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo would be honored to be included on your short list of candidate firms. Peruse our site to learn more about how we help victims in North Carolina personal injury cases, or give us a call today at (877) 529-1222.