Laser surgery malpractice victims in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Maryland, and Virginia
If you have been scarred, burned, or otherwise injured during a laser surgery procedure, you’re not alone. A growing number of lawsuits are being filed over laser surgery injuries.
Because laser surgery procedures are usually deemed non-invasive, non-doctors such as a nurse, esthetician, or medical assistant may perform the surgery. Although many of these non-physicians are highly qualified and provide professional service, some of these workers are not properly trained to safely provide laser surgery. Tragically, sometimes these unqualified workers cause injuries to laser surgery patients.
If You’ve Been Injured in a Laser Surgery Procedure:
Contact a laser surgery injury attorney with The Cochran Firm
Unlike other law firms that take hundreds of cases, The Cochran Firm only handles a select number of claims. This means that your case will receive the individual, personalized attention of an experienced lawyer. Our experienced team of professionals will use their considerable experience and knowledge to design a legal claim with the goal of securing the highest possible award for our clients.
If you or a family member was seriously injured due to a laser surgery procedure, please contact The Cochran Firm. All initial consultations with our firm are free, confidential, and carry no obligation. Because strict time deadlines apply to filing laser surgery claims, we recommend contacting as at your earliest convenience.
Handling laser surgery malpractice and injury claims in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Maryland, and Virginia
At The Cochran Firm, our experienced medical malpractice and injury attorneys handle a variety of laser surgery injury claims including:
- Laser hair removal injury
- Faulty laser eye surgery
- Negligent tattoo removal
- LASIK eye surgery malpractice
- Facial rejuvenation injury
Laser surgery procedures can carry a variety of serious risks including:
- Eye injuries
- Hypopigmentation (permanently lightened skin)
- Unwanted growth of corneal epithelial cells
- Night vision (sometimes called night time starbursts or haloes)
- Severely dry eyes
- Serious loss of vision