In many states, the laws concerning medical malpractice are favorable to the plaintiff. They allow for generous awards of monetary damages and make it relatively easy to pursue compensation for injuries caused by medical negligence. California is not one of these states. Accident Attorneys can help you navigate through the many details of this difficult time.
On the contrary, California is famous for its Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act, which imposes shorter statute of limitations for filing claims and allows settlements and verdicts to be paid out in periodic payment. It also limits the amount that can be recovered in noneconomic damages to $250,000, a figure that was set in 1975 and has not been adjusted for inflation.
Injured by a doctor? Contact Accident Attorneys for a free case evaluation to seek justice!
If you are considering filing a medical malpractice claim against a doctor or other healthcare provider, it is vital that you do so with the assistance of an Antelope Valley personal injury attorney. You need a lawyer who has the skill and resources necessary to get meaningful results in your case and to help you overcome the barriers that stand between you and the compensation you deserve. Come to Accident Attorneys, where we have more than 75 years of combined legal experience and a proven track record of success in helping our clients pursue justice for the wrongs they have suffered.
We can represent a wide range of medical malpractice claims, including:
Medical malpractice insurance companies have considerable resources at their disposal for defending against claims such as yours, but our team is ready to take on the challenges of pursuing your claim.
When our Lancaster personal injury lawyers represent a client in a medical malpractice claim involving a birth injury, misdiagnosis, prescription error or the wrongful death of a family member, we invest considerable time and effort into preparing our client's case. This may include retaining the services of other doctors who can provide expert testimony to prove that the plaintiff's injury or worsening of condition could - and should - have been prevented.
Contact us now for a free consultation to find out how much your claim is worth and to take the first steps in your case!