Learn more about the type of cases we handle. From medical malpractice and wrongful death to nursing home abuse and brain damage, we are passionate about helping those who have been wronged after a tragic event.
None of us expect that medical malpractice will become a reality for us. Sadly, it happens far more often than any of us realize.
Birth injuries are injuries that affect babies before, during, or shortly after delivery. Birth injuries are different from complications, as they are the result of healthcare negligence.
Medical mistakes are an unfortunate reality in the U.S. healthcare system. Each year, thousands of people are injured due to the negligence of healthcare providers.
Bedsores – also called pressure ulcers or decubitus ulcers – are a completely preventable injury. Sadly, millions of people suffer these injuries in hospitals and nursing homes each year.
Nuedexta is a medication with a very specific function. However, elderly patients are often given this medication, which results in dizziness, weakness and falls.
Medical lifts are designed to aid in transporting and repositioning patients who have a hard time moving around on their own. Sadly, when these devices are defective, they can cause injuries to the patient and healthcare team.
Brain damage affects millions of people each year. Sometimes these injuries are caused by the negligence of a healthcare provider. Read on to learn more about medical malpractice-related brain injuries.
Nerve damage can impact your health and your life in many ways. Sadly, nerve damage often happens during medical and surgical procedures due to the negligence of the surgical team.
Sepsis is the body’s overwhelming response to an infection. Many people do not realize how quickly a simple infection can develop into a life-threatening nightmare.
Nursing home abuse and neglect is a tragic example of the worst care. Nursing homes should be places of comfort and safety for residents, but far too often, residents do not get the quality of care that they need, deserve, and have a right to.
Veterans often think they are prohibited from filing a medical malpractice claim if they are injured in a VA healthcare facility. That is not always the case, and you deserve to learn more about your rights and options.
A wrongful death occurs when one person is negligent and their negligence leads to the death of someone else. Medical malpractice is a tragic example of how negligence can claim an innocent life and uproot entire families.