Medical Negligence Lawsuits
Obtain a Free Consultation and Lawsuit Evaluation with our Experienced Medical Malpractice Attorneys
During the course of medical treatment, physicians are trusted to make correct decisions, and often these split second decisions are the difference between successful treatment and devastating injuries.
If a medical provider is negligent and fails to give their full time and attention to the person they are treating, they should be held responsible for the injuries that they cause. The medical malpractice attorneys at Saiontz Kirk, P.A. investigate potential medical negligence lawsuits for individuals throughout the United States.
If you suspect that a doctor s negligence caused you or a loved one to suffer a serious injury that could have been prevented, request a free and confidential claim evaluation .
INVESTIGATION OF A MEDICAL MISTAKE LAWSUIT
Thousands of preventable medical mistakes occur every year. Determining whether a medical treatment error could have been prevented requires experienced medical malpractice attorneys and experts to review the circumstances surrounding the treatment.
While every medical mistake does not result in a medical negligence lawsuit, if you suspect a mistake or error resulted in a serious physical injury, you can obtain a free legal consultation and claim evaluation to determine if you or your family may be entitled to financial compensation. Your claim will be reviewed and if you decide to move forward with a claim you will have access to the top medical experts and skilled malpractice trial attorneys on your side.
The medical malpractice lawyers at Saiontz Kirk, P.A. have years of experience investigating complex medical mistake lawsuits and our clients recover multi-million dollars in malpractice settlements and verdicts every year.
All lawsuits over medical negligence are handled by our attorneys under a contingency fee agreement, which means that there are never any fees or expenses unless we obtain a recovery.
Every claim for medical malpractice has a time limit within which the lawsuit must be filed, known as the Statute of Limitations. Time may be running out on your claim, so you should have any potential claim reviewed as soon as possible to make sure your family is protected.