He needs to go to a doctor. If he can't get help from the doctor who did the original implant then go to another one. Then find a lawyer imediately as you are coming up on two years since the implant was put in, and that will create problems that may keep him from getting any legal relief.
This is not legal advice. You should always discuss the specifics of your issue in person with an attorney. Be aware that there are time limits on all claims that depend on the kind of claim, so do not delay in seeking an attorney.
First go seek medical attention. Then call an attorney to discuss a potential defective product and/or medical malpractice case. This questions is too broad to answer on a forum like this. You need to figure out what is wrong medically and go from there.
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He should talk to a physician and get the device removed if medically indicated. If removed, the device should be preserved and inspected. You should hire an attorney from this Avvo Board.
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He needs to go to the hospital or a doctor immediately if he is in that much pain. He should consul twith a lawyer in your area who specializes in medical malpractice and defective products to see if he can bring a claim for damages. Be aware that there are strict guidelines to how long you have to make a claim so I would seek legal help asap. Good luck!!
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