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Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice issues are some of the most significant in the legal field, as most involve life-long injuries or death. The nature of these life-long consequences make the field one of the most complicated and difficult to deal with. If you or a family member has been injured as a result of the negligence of a medical professional (malpractice), you will need an experienced attorney who is familiar with the current laws regarding procedure and proof in malpractice cases. Our attorneys can analyze your facts, explain the law to you to make sure you have a clear understanding, and determine if you have a malpractice claim.

Malpractice claims cover a broad range of actions or inaction on the part of a medical provider.  These can include mistakes such as:

Medical Malpractice Rock HillPrescription errors

Failure to diagnose a condition properly

Surgical mistakes

Emergency Room errors

Inadequate medical testing

Improper interpretation of diagnostic results

You and your loved ones deserve the best representation possible as you deal with your injuries and losses. It is very important to understand: Insurance companies and special interest groups have lobbied for legislation  that places enormous legal burdens on you while you are trying to deal with these issues. We will take these burdens off your shoulders and pursue all possible forms of recovery while you focus on your own recovery and health.

Expert testimony is required at all stages of medical malpractice litigation. We will work closely with qualified experts in the area of your injury in order to secure the maximum recovery possible. Our attorneys will not only pursue the maximum possible recovery but you, our client, will be treated with the compassion, security, and understanding that you deserve.

Don’t settle for less than you deserve, not only in resolving your case, but also in selecting your attorney.

Call us today to setup an appointment to review your case: (803)-328-1848 or fill in the contact form below.