Medical Malpractice

Medical doctors, contrary to some beliefs, are human. Which means they make mistakes, some of these are mere carelessness, such as being sidetracked and write the wrong name of a prescription or dosage. Others are more egregious, such as performing a botched surgery while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.

Medical malpractice is not limited to just physicians. Rather, it encompasses a wide array of providers, including EMS, medical facilities such as hospitals, physical therapists; etc.

Consequently, the errors committed by medical providers cover a broad spectrum of activities:

Failure to properly secure a wheelchair patient in an emergency vehicle

Failure to collect important information during the intake process

Failure to diagnose

Incorrect diagnosis

Improper medications

Surgical errors

The list is literally endless. And, there are certain physicians and medical facilities which could easily be classified as "repeat offenders". Yet, despite a history, sometimes a lengthy one, of committing numerous acts of medical negligence of these individuals and facilities are able to maintain their medical licenses.

Medical malpractice cases require a substantial investment of not only time but money as well. It has been long recognized that there is a certain "conspiracy of silence" which prevents a local physician from testifying against another local physician. Therefore, we often have to go outside of this state to retain other medical professionals with excellent credentials to testify on her behalf.

We are ready, willing, and able, to go that extra mile to vigorously prosecute your case.