Representing Victims In Defective Medical Device Cases
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is charged with the responsibility to protect the public from the health hazards that can result from a defective medical device or implant. Many products undergo years of design and testing before being approved for use by the medical community. Despite the FDA’s best efforts, however, defective medical devices and products such as unsafe wheelchairs continue to get onto the market and cause thousands of deaths and catastrophic injuries every year.
Experienced Representation From A Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist
If you have been injured or become ill because of a defective medical device or implant such as a defibrillator, a prosthetic, or catheter, the product liability and medical malpractice trial attorneys of Valenzuela Law Firm, P.A., in Tampa, Florida, are here for you.
As a Florida Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist, attorney Henry Valenzuela offers more than 30 years of experience investigating the factors that caused your injury and preparing the strongest case possible to win a jury verdict after an injury caused by a defect in a medical device.
Fortunately, most defective medical device lawsuits never have to go to trial because we are able to reach a full and fair settlement without the cost of a lengthy jury trial. Our reputation for working with the nation’s top medical device expert witnesses to present a compelling case for damages helps us obtain the compensation that our clients need for their injuries.
Contact Our Lawyers If You Have Been Injured
Contact our offices in Tampa, Florida, to learn more about our successful past cases in defective medical device litigation. We will provide a no-cost consultation about your case and fully explain the litigation process. If a defective medical device was the direct cause of a serious injury or death in your family, we want to talk with you. Call 813-217-5613 or complete our online contact form.
Verdicts & Settlements
Civil action against the medical device manufacturer resulted in a settlement of $775,000