Thank you for your Biomet case referral

We Successfully Received Your Biomet Referral Information

Thank you for contacting Maglio Christopher & Toale, P.A. about referring your Biomet metal on metal hip client to our Law Firm.  We appreciate your confidence in us and look forward to a mutually beneficial referral relationship.

Our attorneys will review the documents you’ve uploaded and contact you about the details of the case.

If you have not yet uploaded the requested documents, here is the list of what we need to determine if we can accept a case referral:

  • Initial surgery implant record (“stickies” page).  This is the page from the hospital chart that identifies the components used in the initial surgery to implant the hip replacement. Usually, this page consists of stickers from the different component packages stuck onto a single page on the chart.
  • Implant surgery operative report from the client’s initial surgery.
  • Revision surgery operative report from any subsequent surgeries.
  • Orthopedic surgeon recommendation for revision.
  • (Optional) Any cobalt chromium blood test results.

Please email these documents to our Law Firm at hipreviewgroup@mctlawyers.com or reply to the email you will receive shortly.

If you have any other questions, please contact our offices toll-free at 888-952-5242. If you’ve contacted us after business hours or on a weekend, we will return your call or email immediately on the next business day.

For your records, please read the terms and conditions on this page that you agreed to by submitting your information to our online form.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

The undersigned prospective referring attorney, by the execution of this agreement, hereby grants the Maglio Christopher & Toale, PA Law Firm (“Firm”) the authority to review the prospective client’s case. The materials reviewed may include medical records, correspondence, notes, pictures, radiographic films, evidence, and other sensitive information. The prospective client grants the Firm the right to discuss this case with witnesses, medical personnel, experts, attorneys, and any other persons.

The prospective referral attorney understands and agrees that no referral relationship will be established until the execution of a formal written Referral Agreement by both the attorney and the Firm. However, an attorney-client relationship does exist to the extent that any communications between the referring attorney, potential client and members of the Firm are protected by the attorney-client privilege. This limited attorney-client relationship is necessary to allow the firm to fully and completely review the prospective client’s case.

By this agreement, the prospective client and the Firm agree that the Firm will undertake no responsibility for the representation of the client until the execution of a formal written Referral Agreement by both the referring attorney, client, and the Firm. The prospective referring attorney, client and Firm agree that the Firm assumes no responsibility for determining and preventing the expiration of any deadlines, including the running of any applicable statute of limitations. The Firm assumes no responsibility to complete the review within any particular period of time. The Firm is under no obligation to take the referring attorney and prospective client’s case and the referring attorney and prospective client are under no obligation to retain the Firm.

The referring attorney, prospective client and Firm agree that the Firm will not be responsible for the retention or safety of any medical records, correspondence, notes, pictures, radiographic films, evidence, and other items provided to the firm for review. The prospective client and Firm agree that the prospective client assumes the risk of loss or destruction of any item provided to the Firm.

During the review by the Firm, the referring attorney and prospective client may meet with any other attorneys or other law firms as the referring attorney and prospective client desires. The referring attorney and prospective client may instruct the Firm to cease its review of the case at any time with no obligation to the Firm.

In consideration for the terms outlined in this agreement, the Firm agrees to review this case and the referring attorney prospective client agrees to allow the Firm to review this case.

The parties agree that the exclusive jurisdiction and venue for any action arising out of this agreement or this representation shall be in Sarasota County, Florida before the Twelfth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida.

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