Medical Malpractice Claims
Experience Makes the Difference
Filing a medical malpractice lawsuit and seeing the case through is a difficult and complex endeavor with legal pitfalls all along the way which inexperienced attorneys commonly fall victim to. In addition to legal pitfalls, medical malpractice cases are often costly and vigorously contested. But injured patients have the right to seek justice in these cases, and with decades of experience both representing plaintiffs and defending medical providers, we are in a uniquely qualified position to provide you with the experience and resources necessary to hold negligent health care providers accountable for their actions.
What is Medical Malpractice?
When you are sick or hurt you trust and rely on health care providers to provide you with the medical care you need to heal and recover. Unfortunately, the treatment you receive does not always meet the standards required of the providers you trust. If it can be shown that a health care provider acted in a manner that falls short of the standards adhered to by his or her peers, and that negligence results in serious harm or death, you may be entitled to recover for your pain, suffering, and economic losses.
How Common Is Medical Malpractice?
In the U.S. medical errors are the 3rd most common cause of death.
The Types of Medical Malpractice Cases We Accept
We only accept medical malpractice cases in which severe injury or death has resulted. The reason for this limited focus is that our office and practice have been deliberately structured around representing plaintiffs in complex medical malpractice cases in which both past and future damages are substantial and are likely to be vigorously contested.
Full Service Representation
Through taking on a limited caseload, we are able to devote our full time and attention to our clients. If we take your case, our attorneys are available to talk to you.
We typically advance all costs on behalf of clients, such as court costs, deposition costs and expert costs. As a result, you will not need to be concerned with paying us or paying any of these other costs as your case progresses.
If you are not able to come to our office, we will come to you. At our office, you will never be thought of as a “file.”