The Haymond Law Firm has a team of medical malpractice attorneys who have been protecting the rights of medical malpractice victims since 1980. We will work tirelessly to ensure justice for our clients and have a strong reputation fighting medical malpractice. clients have recovered millions of dollars as a result of our hard work on their behalf.
Medical malpractice occurs when a doctor, nurse or other provider of medical services does something wrong or negligent when treating a patient and causes damage to the patient. Medical malpractice is also commonly referred to as medical negligence.
Pursuing a Medical Malpractice Case
Medical malpractice cases are often very complex, and you need the help of an experienced attorney on your side. The medical malpractice lawyers at The Haymond Law Firm know how to best handle your case. Including speaking with involved insurance companies and deadlines for filing paperwork.
Doctors and hospitals make mistakes that lead to costly problems and painful experiences for patients. If you’ve been hurt or suffered losses because of misdiagnosis, improper care, or failure to provide care, contact us today. Let our legal expertise help you to determine if you may be the victim of medical malpractice. We’ll help you to prove negligence, if possible. And, if so, you’ll get the one-on-one help you need to file a claim for compensation. Never settle your case until you talk to our attorneys.
Medical malpractice can occur whenever and wherever a patient receives care, attention or treatment for a medical professional.
What entities can be sued for medical malpractice?
- Medical doctors
- Health care facilities
- Nursing homes
- Healthcare professionals
We have achieved substantial recoveries, and are available to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1-800-HAYMOND.
The job of a good medical malpractice attorney to investigate, analyze and assess what caused the patient’s injuries. To help determine if medical negligence was responsible we rely on qualified medical experts. These experts help the attorney explain to a jury what should have been done by the defendant health care provider (called the standard of care). Also, the’ll explain how the provider’s failure to meet the standard of care caused the specific injuries. A malpractice case cannot be filed in court without such an expert witness.
Medical malpractice cases are difficult. They require a great deal of legal work and can have high costs because of necessary expert witness fees. Because of this, not every law firm and not every attorney is willing or has the capacity to take-on such cases.
At The Haymond Law Firm, we are both willing and able to fight and win medical malpractice cases, despite their difficulty.
So much trust is placed in medical providers whenever a patient must put his or herself completely in their hands. In our experience medical malpractice cases often involve feelings of anger and betrayal.
We help restore our clients’ abilities to trust by keeping them informed about their case, listening carefully and by speaking clearly to them about what we are doing for them and why.
If you have any questions, or would like to discuss a potential medical malpractice claim with us in a free consultation, please call 1-800-HAYMOND.
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