Who should I sue for compensation?
Depending on your exact situation, you can file a claim against your healthcare provider, the medical professional who administered the device or treatment, and/or the company who made the device. Each of these cases requires legal counsel and most likely representation to legally establish fault.
In these cases, it is likely that your healthcare provider and the manufacturer of the device will undergo an investigation into whether or not your medical provider used the device improperly, damaged the device, or failed to replace no longer working equipment. They should also examine whether the device was safe to use when it left the manufacturer and whether the device was tested and approved by the FDA.
Who to contact if you’re injured by a defective medical device
If you have sustained an injury from a defective medical device, you should contact a medical device attorney immediately after having the device removed or replacing the device with a fully functioning one. Your physical well-being is important, and we want to make sure you are safe from any further harm.
It’s important to hire an attorney with experience with medical cases, and also an attorney with significant medical knowledge. Our attorneys are skilled in medical law and are deeply knowledgeable about the medical field. Attorney Roberto Villasante studied psychology with a focus in neuro-psychology, and his interest in the medical field advanced his knowledge beyond the classroom. Likewise, both he and attorney Claire Bryant Ford have extensive experience handling personal injury cases in general.
With our knowledge and experience, we can help you seek compensation and justice. We offer unparalleled legal medical knowledge and we work with one goal in mind: winning justice for you. If you have been the victim of a defective medical product, don’t wait to get legal advice. Call us today!