In our previous blog post, we discussed how the defendants in a medical malpractice lawsuit can vary based on the circumstances of the case. This is one reason why it is important to investigate what happened at the time of the malpractice. For example, if your injury occurred in a surgical procedure, we have to determine if the surgeon made an error or if a piece of equipment was defective. Once we determine that information, we can determine who to hold accountable.
We know that you might not feel up to doing investigative work after you are injured. You will likely need time to heal after the injury. We can help you to get your case going so that you aren't trying to throw something together just before the statute of limitations runs out.
It can sometimes be difficult to pinpoint the reason that the malpractice occurred. Even when it is difficult, it is still necessary to gather all the evidence possible so that we can present it with your case. We need to be able to show that a medical professional did something that led to you being harmed. We also need to connect the financial damages to that harm.
No matter what type of medical malpractice you were the victim of, such as if you were misdiagnosed or ended up with a hospital-acquired infection after surgery, we can help you get your malpractice case filed and moving forward. We will represent your interests throughout the case so that you can focus on reclaiming your health and your life.