Medical Malpractice

Hartford Medical Malpractice Attorney

At one time or another in the course of a lifetime, we all must trust our health and wellness to physicians, nurses, and other medical professionals. Most of the time this works out well for us and so we tend to make a good-faith assumption that these folks are by and large competent, and diligent about performing high-quality, conscientious work in every instance. Unfortunately, however, we all have heard hospital horror stories or experienced an episode firsthand when an esteemed medical practitioner failed to provide the standard of care required by the governing bodies within the industry. If you are in the midst of such a situation, call The Freeman Law Firm, LLC today at [phone] for a free consultation. You’ve literally got nothing to lose about talking to us about your medical malpractice case.

How do you prove a medical malpractice case?

Unlike other professions, having an off-day or making a careless mistake as a doctor can cost people their lives, limbs, vision, and create a myriad of other problems. Such occurrences are not easy to simply forgive and forget. Yet, these acts of negligence aren’t always easy to prove, either. That’s why it is worth talking to the legal pros at The Freeman Law Firm, LLC when you feel you have been the victim of medical malpractice. We are experienced in handling these types of matters and holding medical professionals accountable for their actions--financially or otherwise. After all, if you have, in fact, been injured or mistreated by a medical professional, you may be entitled to compensation. Once you have enlisted our services, we’ll help you build a strong case with all the necessary ingredients including quantifiable proof of harm.

Who is considered a medical professional?

There are a number of roles that fit the bill when it comes to parties responsible for your continued wellbeing: a medical doctor of any kind, a dentist, a nurse (RN, LPN, or nurse practitioner), a chiropractor, an optometrist, a physical therapist, a dietitian, and a clinical psychologist are a few prime examples. Typically medical professionals must apply for licensure within the state of Connecticut and/or take solemn oaths related to their chosen vocation.

What damages can I recover?

There is no one-size-fits-all amount that we would ever go for, but after an initial consultation and a thorough review of your case, we can help you determine what a reasonable amount of damages would be in accordance with the amount of (past, present, and future) pain and suffering, additional medical costs, travel expenses, etc. that you have had to incur. 

Do I need a medical malpractice attorney? 

Yes! This is one area of the law that can be particularly confusing for the average person to navigate. But don’t worry, one of our experienced Hartford, Connecticut medical malpractice lawyers can help you figure out the best course of action in the wake of a serious medical mistake. Call us today to schedule your consultation today.