You ask a good question, and you are correct. Many wrongful death cases that allege medical malpractice caused a person’s death do fail. They may fail because the allegations are incorrect or the person bringing the lawsuit does not have a lawyer who understands the complicated area of medical malpractice wrongful death.
This Does Not Have to Be You
Your medical malpractice claim may be successful. If your loved one’s death was caused by a doctor, nurse, or hospital that: (1) owed your loved one a duty of care; and (2)breached that duty of care by failing to act like a reasonable doctor, nurse, or hospital would in a similar situation, then you may have a case. An experienced lawyer can help you understand your rights, meet all legal deadlines and requirements, and zealously advocate for your full and fair recovery.
You Have Nothing to Lose
Not only will our lawyers provide you with a free consultation about your rights, but we also will not be paid unless your case is successful. Thus, there is no financial risk in contacting us.
There is a risk, however, in not contacting a lawyer to help you pursue a medical malpractice claim against a doctor who practices in a Norton Suburban Medical Plaza or a Louisville hospital. You could risk paying your loved one’s medical expenses prior to death and funeral expenses. You could risk your standard of living by foregoing compensation for your loved one’s lost income. You could risk letting a doctor, nurse, or hospital off the hook for the irreparable damage done to your family.
Don’t let that happen. Instead, start an online chat with us or call us directly today to schedule your free consultation.
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