What to Expect During the Discovery Stage of a Kentucky Medical Malpractice Wrongful Death Case

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Why Do Details of My Grief Matter If I Am Going to File a Kentucky Medical Malpractice Wrongful Death Case?

You spend every day missing your loved one. He was taken from you too soon and not by natural causes, but rather by the negligence of a Kentucky doctor. There is nothing that is going to make this “right” or that can undo the harm that has been done to your loved one and to your family. However, you are considering your legal options so that your family doesn’t suffer financially as you grieve and adjust to the new life forced upon you by a Kentucky medical malpractice wrongful death of a loved one.


Know What to Expect in Discovery Before Filing a Lawsuit


Once your complaint has been filed, and an answer has been provided by the defendant then your cause may move to the discovery stage. It is in this stage of litigation where evidence is gathered through very specific means. You may have seen discovery on TV or in the movies, or you may have participated in discovery in another type of lawsuit. While requests for production of documents don’t scare you, you may be concerned about written interrogatories and oral depositions.

Our experienced Louisville wrongful death attorneys want you to know that:


  • We are always sympathetic to your loss
  • You will never be alone or unprepared
  • Getting through discovery may be worth it in the end


We will fight hard to protect you from unnecessary pain while we protect your legal rights and potential recovery.


Call a Louisville Wrongful Death Lawyer for Help


For more information about what a Kentucky medical malpractice wrongful death case may be like for you, please contact us today to schedule an initial consultation. We welcome your inquiry via this website or by phone at 800.634.8767 or 502.210.8942. Together, we will work hard to hold the person who killed your loved one accountable and to ease your family’s financial suffering after your terrible loss.