When we place ourselves under the care of a medical professional, we expect that their training allows them to provide us with proper and effective medical care. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case. People do make mistakes, and sometimes they come with dire consequences. If you feel like your healthcare provider did not provide you with appropriate and acceptable treatment and that this has resulted in a personal injury or the death of a family member, you may be able to collect monetary damages.
We at the Law Offices of Stephen K Miller seek to make sure that victims of medical malpractice receive the compensation they deserve.
We are so committed to making sure that our clients’ get what they are entitled to that we accept all personal injury cases on a contingency basis, meaning that if we don’t collect damages for you, we charge no costs or fees. Essentially, if we don’t win, we don’t get paid.
We Accept Medical Malpractice Attorney Cases Statewide!
In addition, if you are injured and unable to come to our office, we may be able to visit you at home or at the hospital.
Be advised that all medical malpractice Attorney cases are subject to one or more statutes of limitations. If you do not file your case within the legal time frame, your case could be permanently barred. Do not hesitate to immediately contact an attorney, or your opportunity to seek compensation could be lost.
Just because someone is injured or dies from medical care does not necessarily entitle the victim to a malpractice claim or compensation. The patient must demonstrate that the care they received was not up to the standard of care that would be considered both acceptable and appropriate by other health care professionals in a same or similar geographical area.
TYPES OF CASES WE ACCEPT:
Results of Misdiagnosis
Complications of a surgical error
Doctor Error and Negligence
Infertility / Sterilization
Disfigurement / Scarring
Surgical tools / implements left in the body
Coma / Vegetative State / Life Support
Note: This list is not all encompassing. Just because your matter does not appear on this list does not necessarily mean that it is without merit. Please contact our office to speak with an attorney to discuss your case.
When considering a malpractice claim, the key thing to ask yourself is "what did my healthcare provider do that they should not have done?" or, "what did my health care provider not do that they should have done?"
HEALTH CARE PROVIDER CAPABLE OF MEDICAL MALPRACTICE:
Mobile surgical facilities
Ambulatory Surgery Centers
Blood Bank / Plasma Centers
Nurses / Registered Nurses / Nurse Practitioners
Licensed Practical Nurses
Doctors of Medicine / Physicians / Surgeons
Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine
Note: This list is not all encompassing. Feel free to contact our office to discuss your situation with one of our attorneys.
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