Understanding Medical Malpractice In Arizona
If you’ve been harmed by the negligence of a medical practitioner, you may have a legal claim for medical malpractice. Malpractice means your medical professional failed to provide the level of care required for their license, their oath and the medical community standards by which their performance is measured.
Medical malpractice claims are among the most complicated types of personal injury cases. They frequently require a lengthy investigation and the involvement of trusted medical experts.
At The Gill Law Firm, we are well-known for our success in pursuing these claims. Our attorneys have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of patients and their loved ones who have been harmed by medical negligence.
You can turn to our lawyers in Buckeye, Arizona, for skilled, compassionate representation on medical errors such as:
- Diagnosis errors, including misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis
- Surgical errors
- Anesthesia errors
- Hospital negligence
- Medication errors
- Birth injuries
What You Should Know About Medical Negligence Claims In Arizona
Medical professionals are required to carry medical malpractice liability insurance; most retain a minimum of $1 million and are often covered by additional insurance policies.
In our state and country today, medical malpractice cases are very expensive, time consuming and difficult. There is a longstanding bias in favor of physicians and health care providers because of effective marketing and lobbying efforts to limit patients’ rights to hold negligence doctors accountable.
Medical malpractice can consist of any type of negative outcome from any form of treatment. Many times, the cause or contributing factors are vague, misunderstood or even missed completely by a patient or attorney who is not well-versed in medical malpractice.
Potential cases must be researched, analyzed and developed by an attorney with extensive experience to ensure that your case stands a chance in the medical malpractice arena.
It is imperative to do your due diligence and retain an experienced attorney if you or a loved one is has suffered harm from medical malpractice.
The best advice we can give is to hire an attorney with a proven success record in the context of medical malpractice.
If your attorney doesn’t have a history of handling – and winning – medical malpractice suits, they are less likely to come through for you.
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To find out if our firm is the right fit for you, please call 480-739-6137 or reach out online to schedule a free case review. There is no obligation, and if you decide to proceed, you won’t have to pay any attorney fees until we obtain a successful result.