Patient Safety & Defective Consumer Product Law Firm
Hospitals and doctors have safety rules that they must follow just like everyone else. The number one patient safety rule is “do no harm”.
Our primary mission is to make the community safer by holding negligent hospitals and doctors accountable when they commit medical malpractice and injure others.
A jury verdict is the community’s way of telling negligent hospitals that we want them to be safer.
Our firm urges everyone to participate in jury service because it’s a great way to help enforce the laws designed to protect us – and the safety of those we love. One of the biggest things the community can do to help prevent medical malpractice is to hold negligent hospitals and doctors responsible when they violate patient safety rules and injure patients. And remember, a prudent doctor is never allowed to violate a patient safety rule.
Among the different kinds of Medical Malpractice Cases we handle are:
- Birth Trauma & Meconium Aspiration Cases
- Wrongful Death
- Surgical Malpractice
- Anesthesia Malpractice
- Prescription Medication Overdose Cases
- Pharmacy Malpractice
- Dangerous Pharmaceutical Medications
- Dangerous Blood-thinners
- Defective IVC Clot Filters
- Defective Medical Devices
Medical Malpractice Made Simple – Explaining Complex Issues of Law and Medicine
Have you ever spoken to a doctor or lawyer and had no idea what they just said? It’s common for lawyers to spend years preparing their cases for trial. As a result, it’s easy to forget that the judge and jury are hearing the information – for the very first time – when the lawyer goes to court. The failure of some attorneys to recognize this fact can cause a meritorious case to be lost.
Our firm recognizes how important it is for trial presentations to be both thorough and clear. As a result, we invest heavily in trial presentation material in an all-out effort to ensure that our message is understood. The medical illustrations that you see on this page and across the top of our homepage are examples of actual trial exhibits that we have used to effectively describe different aspects of the human anatomy to judges and juries. These illustrations are excellent examples of the ways that we take otherwise complex issues, and break them down into simple parts. As Albert Einstein said: “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.”
If you’d like to discuss your medical malpractice case, you can contact us using the Free Case Evaluation form at the bottom of this page or call us at (800) 215-1003.