We do not represent everyone who contacts our office about a potential delay in medical care lawsuit. First, we weed out injuries that were not the result of medical malpractice. Next, we turn away cases that may qualify as medical malpractice but are not serious injuries. We recognize how frustrating emergency room and hospital delays in care can be, but we are committed to representing people who have been seriously hurt.
Delay in Medical Care Cases We Take
Generally, we choose to represent people who have:
- Suffered a brain injury. A brain injury can change your whole life. You may not be able to work, to live independently, or to do the things you used to enjoy. You need someone on your side who will fight for the compensation you deserve.
- Lost a loved one. Delayed medical care can be fatal. If your loved one suffered a heart attack, stroke, brain aneurysm, or another serious condition that was not treated within a reasonable amount of time, your loved one’s death might have been caused by delayed treatment. Your whole family could be left with the emotional and financial consequences of a tragic loss that didn’t have to happen.
While people with minor injuries from delayed medical care may have legitimate lawsuits, we believe we can best serve our seriously injured clients by avoiding these kinds of cases. Each of our clients deserves our personal attention, and we believe we can best provide that attention by only representing people who have suffered the most severe injuries.
Call Today for a Free Consultation
If you suffer from a delay in medical care injury and you have questions about whether we might represent you, we encourage you to contact us for a free, confidential consultation. Let’s talk about whether you might have a case and whether we are the right lawyers to represent you. You can reach us any time by filling out our online contact form, starting a live chat, or giving us a call.