Medical malpractice cases are extremely difficult. We try them all twice. Once before a secret screening panel, then publicly before a Jury. Only a small fraction of problems result in medical malpractice actions. However, it takes about two years minimum to see results. Though the law states otherwise, it almost never goes quicker.
Every deposition is like a different graduate course in a specialized medical discipline combined with a recurrent lesson in human behavior and psychology. We’re all human. We all make mistakes. The consequences for running the “Medical Red Lights” can be severe, profound, and permanent.
One very clear conclusion emerges from the research is that the real problem is medical malpractice. It is not pretty to say, but doctors and nurses make preventable mistakes that kill more people in the United States every year than workplace and automobile accidents combined.
We are on the right side of justice in this cause. That keeps us motivated to move forward and as committed as ever to our clients. If you or a loved one believes that an injury may have been caused through Medical Malpractice, or have questions about past care, medical treatment, or a healthcare outcome, contact us. We will set up a free consultation with our Medical-Legal Team.