Medical Malpractice


All medical providers are held to a recognized standard of care for treatment in their area of practice. If you receive treatment that is not up to this standard of care and you sustain an injury as a result, you may have a medical malpractice case for which you can be compensated.

Scrutinizing your medical records

In preparation for your meeting with us, it is helpful to have a complete copy of your medical records from all treating medical professionals. We know what to look for in our thorough review of those reports, enabling us to give an opinion about the potential damages and chances for ultimate success in your case. These records include:

  • Treatment notes from before and after the alleged malpractice
  • Medical charts
  • Hospital records
  • Diagnostic test reports and films

We fight hard for clients who have suffered from medical malpractice resulting in these conditions and more:

  • Amputations
  • Brain and head injuries
  • Burns
  • Childbirth complications and injuries
  • Eye injuries
  • Failure to properly diagnose
  • Foreign objects left in the body after surgery

We limit our medical malpractice cases to those involving permanent injury.