Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Are you the victim of medical malpractice?
If you or a loved one are the victim of medical malpractice, YOU NEED A LAWYER.
Why do you need a lawyer if you or a loved one are the victim of medical malpractice?
You need a lawyer to ensure you recover any and all available compensation YOU DESERVE.
Medical malpractice is a complex area of the law. Many states have
specific laws that apply to medical malpractice lawsuits and dictate requirements for how and when to bring medical malpractice claims. If you or a loved one are injured or killed as a result of medical malpractice you should contact the medical malpractice attorneys at MORE 2 YOU LAW, PC, today to ensure you meet required deadlines, commonly referred to as statutes of limitation and repose, and are as prepared as possible to further your potential legal claim.
For example, the evidentiary foundation of medical malpractice cases is often the victim’s medical or surgical records. Therefore, the medical malpractice attorneys at MORE 2 YOU LAW, PC, strongly advise gathering all of the relevant medical documentation related to the alleged malpractice as soon as possible so that you are best informed about your potential case and so that we can analyze your potential case as efficiently as possible.
Medical malpractice causes of action are commonly expensive and difficult to win for many reasons. One of which is the need to prove breaches of what is referred to as the standard of care. The standard of care is the standard of conduct set by similarly situated medical professionals that is alleged not to have been followed, or breached, in a medical malpractice case. A medical malpractice claimant must also prove causation, that is, that the alleged medical malpractice caused the injuries or death complained of in the lawsuit. Because of the foregoing evidentiary requirements, testimony from other medical professionals not involved in the alleged medical malpractice needs to be obtained in order to prove and win your case. Therefore, it is important to hire an attorney who understands these evidentiary hurdles and is prepared to meet and exceed them.