Initial Offer For a Defective Medical Device Case

Watch this video about the initial offer for a defective medical device case in Florida. Then call Paul Boone Law for a free consultation.

Question:

Should I accept the first settlement offer for my defective medical device case?

Answer:

Eventually, when we are representing someone who’s been hurt by a medical device in northeast Florida, if there is merit to the case, we will get a settlement offer. Whether or not we will accept that offer depends on several different considerations. If it is the first offer, we probably will not be accepting that offer. If we get into settlement negotiations, our job is to get the best offer on the table so that we can discuss it to see if we think it’s fair versus rejecting it and going to trial and try your case.

Initial Offer For a Defective Medical Device Case

Whether we’re going to accept that offer depends on several different things, but you’ll have us at your side. The bottom-line decision will be yours to make but it will come with a recommendation from us based on our experience. If you have a case where you’ve been hurt by a medical device in Duval County, Nassau County, or any of the surrounding areas, call us. We’ll talk about settlement offers and we’ll get educated about your case. We’ll devise a plan moving forward that’s going to be best for you.


Did you or a loved one experience an unreasonably dangerous medical device in Florida and have questions about initial offer for a defective medical device case? Contact experienced Florida defective medical device lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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