Assertive Legal Representation When Defective Medical Devices Cause Harm
Medical devices — such as implants and prosthesis — allow individuals to live healthy and happy lives, and enjoy many of the daily activities they would otherwise be unable to perform. However, when medical devices are defective, they can do more harm than good.
At Jacqueline A. Scott & Associates, we help clients who have been injured by defective medical devices bring medical malpractice claims that compensate them for their pain and suffering, and reimburse them for increased medical costs caused by their injuries.
With offices in Bossier City-Shreveport and Monroe, our lawyers represent clients throughout Northwest Louisiana.
Compensation For Injuries Caused By Defective Medical Devices
There are many reasons a medical device may malfunction and cause injury. The device may have been improperly manufactured, your physician may have improperly installed the device, or the device may have been used for a nondesignated purpose. No matter what the cause of the device defect, you have the right to compensation.
Defective medical devices can cause serious and lasting injuries. Many people are forced to miss work while treating their injuries, and repeat surgeries and ongoing physical therapy can result in large medical bills.
At Jacqueline A. Scott & Associates, we help clients get compensation for their injuries. Our attorneys thoroughly investigate our clients’ injuries to uncover the reason for device’s malfunction. We then bring medical malpractice suits that hold every liable party — including the device manufacturer, the hospital and the physicians who operated on you — responsible for your injuries.
Shreveport Defective Medical Device Attorneys
Attorney Jacqueline Scott has been serving the legal needs of Louisiana citizens for more than 30 years. She serves each client with compassion and respect. For more information, or to schedule a free case evaluation, please contact our law office online or call 318-230-7016. Together, we will get you the compensation you need to treat your injuries and move forward with your life.