Before accepting a potential medical malpractice case, we ensure that we have no conflicts of interest, that the case involves egregious conduct on the part of the health care provider, and a clear link exists between the provider's violation of the medical standard of care and the client's injuries. It benefits no one -- the client, the medical provider, or the attorney -- to pursue a case in which liability or damages cannot be proven.
Medical malpractice can occur in a doctor's office, a lab, a hospital, a nursing home, a chiropractor's office, at home, or in a physical therapy setting. Malpractice can involve a misdiagnosis, a faulty treatment or procedure, a failure to diagnose, or a number of other negligent actions. If you believe that you or a family member has suffered from inappropriate medical attention, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We handle other personal injury claims as well, such as automobile accidents, defective products, or people slipping and falling due to a store's negligence. If you have a dispute, or have been injured, please contact us about representing you. Our initial meeting is always without charge.