Best Dermal Filler Injury Lawyer in Florida

Representing Clients Injured by Botched Cosmetic Procedures and Plastic Surgery Malpractice

Florida Dermal Filler Injury Attorney

Dermal fillers are injected into the skin with a needle or cannula to add volume. These products are regulated by the FDA as medical devices. Not all dermal fillers are the same.  Different types of dermal filler are available to remedy various cosmetic problems, such as collagen, hyaluronic acid gel, calcium hydroxylapatite, and poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA).

Improperly injected dermal fillers can cause serious and permanent injury. 


Who can legally perform Dermal Filler Injections in Florida?

 In Florida, Dermal Filler injections may only be performed by a licensed doctor, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, and under limited circumstances, registered nurses. A lawsuit against a licensed health care provider is subject to Florida’s Medical Malpractice Act.

Can I sue for a Dermal Filler Injury in Florida?

 Yes. In Florida, if you have been injured by a negligent Dermal Filler procedure at a med spa or clinic you can file a lawsuit against the responsible parties. Lip fillers, frown line fillers, cheek fillers, and under-eye fillers can cause serious and permanent injury if not injected properly by a knowledgeable and licensed professional.

What types of injuries caused by botched Dermal Filler procedures turn into lawsuits?

 Serious and permanent injuries caused by negligent Dermal Filler injections can become the subject of a lawsuit. These injuries include:

  • Scarring
  • Disfigurement or deformity
  • Blindness or vision loss
  • Permanent nerve damage
  • Facial paralysis

What are the top four reasons patients sue for Dermal Filler Injuries?

 The top four (4) reasons our law firm files Cosmetic Procedure Injury Lawsuits, which include botched Dermal Filler injections, are:

  1. Failure to disclose the risks and discuss alternatives to the cosmetic procedure.
  2. Failure to administer the Dermal Filler correctly.
  3. Failure of a licensed physician to adequately supervise the procedure.
  4. Failure to timely recognize and treat a complication post-procedure.

Who is legally responsible for a Dermal Filler Injury?

Legal responsibility for a botched cosmetic procedure can fall on multiple parties including a supervising physician in charge of overseeing the procedure, the provider performing the procedure, and the med spa where the cosmetic procedure took place. Every Cosmetic Procedure Injury case is unique and should be discussed with an attorney experienced in Botched Cosmetic Procedures and Plastic Surgery Malpractice cases.  

What type of law firm can help me with my Dermal Filler Injury case?

LOU LAW is a Florida Cosmetic Procedure Injury law firm. We are proud to represent women and men in cases involving Botched Cosmetic Procedures and Plastic Surgery Malpractice. Our Florida Cosmetic Procedure Injury Attorney has obtained many successful recoveries for clients from all over the state including Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, Miami, Boca Raton, Sarasota, and Naples, Florida. 

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