Strong Justice For Serious Disease

Making sense out of medical negligence cases

On Behalf of | Oct 10, 2014 | Medical Malpractice

Imagine losing a loved one because of a medical error. Still grieving from the loss, you realize that you not only lost a loved one but you will also have to pay a significant amount of money for medical costs and other miscellaneous expenses. Then there are also the funeral costs to consider. If your loved one was the primary earner for the family, this also means that the household income has been compromised. In reality, this is what many medical negligence victims go through. Fortunately, our Pittsburgh law firm can help you make sense of the situation.

Our law firm understands how difficult the situation is for a victim’s family. It is an understatement to say that the emotional trauma of losing a loved one, the financial crunch of making ends meet and the challenge of filing a medical malpractice lawsuit are demanding and complex. However, we help families throughout the whole process. We want them to take care of their emotional needs and not to worry about their case.

Our experienced, skilled lawyers have helped numerous clients with various medical malpractice claims. We have handled birth injuries, surgical mistakes, medication errors and cases of misdiagnosis. Our lawyers have also dealt with incidents of failure to diagnose and misdiagnosis; such incidents can be very disturbing. A patient can suffer immensely because a medical practitioner has failed to recognize the patient’s condition. In most injuries and diseases, timely treatment is necessary, once the window of opportunity is closed, it can be fatal to the patient.

Other Pennsylvania law firms use their own experience to handle medical malpractice cases. We take it a step further so we can give the best possible legal assistance to our clients. Besides our own experience, we consult with medical, legal and financial experts. This assures that there is a strategic plan to seek the best possible outcome for our clients’ cases.