When it comes to winning or settling your Kentucky medical malpractice lawsuit, it is not enough to just know that you were the victim of a medical error or medical negligence, you have to prove it—either to your healthcare providers or to a judge and jury. Specifically, you have to have answers to the following four questions:

  • Did the medical professional or medical center involved owe you a legal duty of medical care?
  • Did your doctor or hospital violate their legal duty by failing to meet an acceptable standard of care?
  • Did your healthcare provider cause you injury or harm?
  • Did you incur damages, such as medical bills, lost wages, emotional suffering, or physical suffering?

At Gray & White, we can help you find the answers to these four vital questions and get you the compensation that you deserve. We prove our medical malpractice cases through the thorough and careful collection of evidence, ranging from medical records and hospital documentation to witness accounts and expert witness testimony—and we present this evidence in a clear, persuasive, and effective manner.

It can be difficult to know whether or not you have a Kentucky medical malpractice case, or whether you can it prove to others. We are here to help you understand the evidence of your case and the information you need to fight for your rights. To learn more about your case, call our attorneys today to schedule a free, confidential meeting.

Matthew L. White
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Founder & Partner of Louisville Personal Injury Law Firm Gray & White Law