Jones & Moses, Lawyers

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When a medical professional fails in his or her professional duties, and the patient sustains injury due to this failure, that patient may have recourse to sue to recover his or her medical provider for injuries, damages and losses.

Medical Malpractice can sometimes be difficult to establish, as it requires an extensive understanding of medicine and medical practices in order to establish a breach of the standard of care.  Medicine is a complicated field and, at times, even the best of care can end up causing injury.  To establish medical malpractice, the case must show that the medical professional tasked with providing care was incompetent or negligent in doing so.

Some  common types of medical malpractice cases we  help our clients with are:

  • Wrongful Death
  • Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect
  • Serious or Major Injuries and Damages from Medical Malpractice or Mistakes

Unfortunately, due to the difficulty of proving and recovering for medical malpractice claims, only very serious injuries as a result of malpractice can be pursued.  If you or a loved one has been very seriously injured as a result of medical malpractice, contact our office to set up your free consultation.

Contact us for more information about your medical malpractice situation.