Knowledge Equals Power In Medical Malpractice Cases
A great deal of technical medical information will be thrown around during a medical malpractice case. If a lawyer doesn’t understand that information, that lawyer has little chance of success. At Brown Paindiris & Scott, our experience means our attorneys have a firm grasp of the medical information that will come into play during a malpractice case.
We supplement our own knowledge by drawing from an impressive network of medical experts who will not only help us understand the details of a case but also convey that information clearly to a jury if the case needs to be taken to trial. Our team also includes legal nurses who assist with the interpretation and charting of medical documents and the organization of the extensive information that will be used to build the case. Essentially, we take all of the steps necessary to build a case designed to succeed in or out of court.
We Handle All Medical Malpractice Claims
Since 1977, our lawyers have devoted a good portion their practices to handling various doctor and other medical professional negligence cases of all types, including:
- Surgical mistakes
- Misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose
- Treatment errors
- Anesthesia mistakes
- Hospital liability
- Nursing medication and other medication and prescription errors
Our experience allows us to handle even the most unique and complex malpractice cases, such as psychiatric malpractice cases. These include suicide cases, in which a psychiatric patient warns a psychiatrist of a possible suicide attempt but the doctor fails to take action to prevent that attempt. These cases can also involve psychiatric medication errors.
Claims Handled On A Contingency Basis
All malpractice claims are handled on a contingency basis. You are not required to pay any attorney fees unless we get compensation for you.