Medical Malpractice Attorneys

Harmed by a Doctor, Surgeon, or Hospital?

A surgical tool left inside your body… a diagnosis of the wrong disease… neglectful hospital care that left you sicker than before…

Unfortunately, faulty healthcare can take many forms and can happen to anyone.


Medical malpractice can include:

  • A wrong diagnosis  
  • A failed treatment
  • Treating you without proper consent
  • Deviating from accepted standards of medical practice
  • Breach of doctor-patient confidentiality
  • Gross negligence, showing a reckless disregard for your safety
  • Improper hospital care, such as problems with medications or sanitation
  • Improper dental care


You could receive damages for:

  • past and future medical expenses
  • physical and mental pain
  • disfigurement
  • lost wages and earning capacity
  • cost of hiring household help
  • loss of enjoyment of life
  • loss of affection, intimacy, and companionship


Don’t Get Overwhelmed—Get a Free Consultation

Medical malpractice lawsuits are extremely complex. You’ll need to gather a large amount of documentation and act quickly within a certain time limit. And you may not be feeling well after the trauma you’ve been through.


But with a good injury lawyer on your side, you’ll have the best chance for the compensation you deserve. A medical and dental malpractice lawyer will determine the parties at fault, help you understand the law, and custom-design your legal strategy.


If you believe your doctor, nurse, hospital, or dentist acted wrongly, you may have a medical malpractice case. An expert injury lawyer can determine if you have a case, prepare the necessary documentation, and assert your rights.


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