You’ve heard of Zimmer Hip Injury Lawsuits, right? Well, this is one type of personal injury case that has made a name for itself in the nation’s courts. The main point of this law is to help those who have been injured due to negligence of others. Let’s see how this particular injury law case is different.
Zimmer Hip Law is a Federal Case.
This means that this law originated with the government. There are certain lawyers that represent the government in all cases, and these lawyers are considered as “special attorneys”. The government has lawyers who specialize in Federal Cases; this is the same case when it comes to Zimmer Hip Law.
In this case, we have a young lady who worked as a member of a Zimmer Hip Company in NYC.
This is not her first job. She got employed at Zimmer after attending a college for two years in NYC. She started out as a receptionist at an office building. What happened is that she was having some problems with her hip; this was why she was looking for some kind of legal assistance.
At the time, she was also starting to experience pain in her neck from her job as a receptionist. One day, she went to see her doctor for this pain. The doctor told her that it was just a pinched nerve. Since she didn’t really have any serious medical conditions, Zimmer Lawyers advised her to go to a chiropractor for treatment.
After several tests and exams, it was found out that she had been injured at her hip while doing a yoga exercise. She claimed that the accident was brought about by the negligence of her employer, which is Zimmer. So, her lawsuit moved forward, and her claim was for medical negligence, as well as pain and suffering. Her lawyers argued that since she could no longer walk, and the doctor had given her some medication to relieve her pain, she had actually developed a mild spasm in her hip, which later developed into a strained muscle in her hip. This spasm then enabled her to develop severe pain, which required ongoing treatment from her hip specialist.
Lawyers for Zimmer emphasized that their client suffered whiplash, which is a result of a direct blow to the back of the neck.
They also pointed out that her hip was damaged, which also caused her to experience further pain and suffering. In addition, they emphasized that this case was unlike most workplace or auto injury cases in which victims only seek medical attention. They also noted that the case was different because her hip did not only affect her ability to walk, but also affected her life in general.
The defense attorneys also maintained that their client only presented a workplace accident as a sole reason for her lawsuit.
They also cited that her hip lawsuit was not a result of a car accident, as many people assume. Rather, it was a minor workplace injury, which resulted in the disabling of her hip. Furthermore, they maintained that there was no direct financial loss suffered by the client, as the disabling of her hip did not affect her capacity to work.
Zimmer’s lawyers maintained that their client’s compensation was calculated on a much lower value than her actual worth as a person.
Moreover, they pointed out that their client’s case hinged on the fact that a work product could be considered a safety concern. This is a reference to the argument by insurance companies and retailers that certain products pose little or no risk when used on the job. In their view, the dismissal of this case should not be allowed because of these grounds. In addition to this, they maintained that the case should not be dismissed due to lack of evidence presented.