Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice claims are not always valid with every medical injury and they do not always provide a basis for a medical malpractice law claim.

To prove malpractice, i.e., to establish your health care provider’s liability, you must have expert medical malpractice testimony that no reasonable health care provider would have done what yours did and that your health care provider’s negligence was a cause of injury or death. If you establish liability, then you are entitled to medical malpractice damages. Additionally, you must file your lawsuit with a malpractice attorney or a malpractice lawyer within the statutory time period or “statute of limitations” established by state medical malpractice law for medical malpractice claims.

If you think you may have a medical malpractice case, call lawyer Willie Gary at 1-800-329-4279