Sadly, the news is filled with tragic stories of routine medical cases gone wrong. We’re not just talking about harmless mistakes by doctors and other healthcare professionals, but serious cases of medical negligence; such as amputating the wrong limb or prescribing medication that leads to the patient’s unnecessary death. If you or a loved one has been injured at the hands of a medical professional, immediately consult an experienced Los Angeles medical malpractice attorney to determine whether you have a potential medical malpractice case. If your loved one was killed at the hands of a negligent doctor, you may be able to bring a wrongful death lawsuit on their behalf.
When medical patients are treated for relatively minor ailments experience extreme — and unnecessary — complications that lead to death or catastrophic injuries, medical negligence may or may not be involved. An aggressive legal team that is experienced at gathering the copious amounts of medical and legal data that is required to determine if malpractice was involved will walk you through the often overwhelming and complicated process that is filing a medical malpractice or wrongful death lawsuit. You want a lawyer at your side who understands the pain and emotional trauma you are experiencing and who handles your case with the utmost of care and discretion.
While no amount of money can fully compensate a victim after a disabling injury or death, financial recovery (to compensate for lost wages, hospital bills, and the like) can help with some of the stress. The experienced attorneys at BIKLAW realize that families who are experiencing a major loss due to the negligent actions of an individual or organization should not also have to suffer from extreme financial hardship.
If you believe that you or a family member may have been the victim of medical negligence, or if you are suffering from a personal injury resulting from someone else’s negligence or unlawful actions, contact the lawyers at BIKLAW as soon as possible. There is a statute of limitations in California that limits the amount of time you have to bring a civil lawsuit. Discuss this timeline withattorney Bradley I. Kramer, MD, Esq. today.