Medical malpractice includes mistakes like medical errors, hospital errors, mistreatment, and misdiagnoses. Killing as many as a quarter million people in the U.S., they are the third leading cause of death in the United States according to a Johns Hopkins study from 2016.
We fight for our clients. The medical malpractice attorneys at Tolicus Law protect, fight, and recover money and settlements for victims of medical malpractice. We give our clients a voice so they cannot be stepped on by the medical establishment, doctors and insurance companies. We have won millions of dollars in verdicts and we don’t get paid for a medical malpractice case unless our clients recover. Call us now. Email us now. Or fill out our 24/7/365 online claims evaluation form for a free medical malpractice claim evaluation.
Medical malpractice is complicated. More than just legal claims, lawyers who work in this field need to have the experience we have at Tolicus, to understand the special nature of the medical claims themselves. We combine medical and legal experience on one team, in one place. Our team of attorneys has worked for medical providers and knows the ropes from the inside out. With a team that includes former Army officers and staff with medical experience, Tolicus Law has helped clients across the country with medical malpractice claims.
So, What is Medical Malpractice Anyway?
When a doctor, hospital, nurse, paramedic or other health care provider fails to meet the standard of care for treatment by the requirements that are generally acceptable to the rest of the medical community (there is even a book of guidelines that describes these standards), then that healthcare provider has committed medical malpractice. This can happen even when they fail to act. They have insurance for a reason, and if you are a victim of medical malpractice you need to act quickly to file a claim before the legal time you have to file one runs out (called a “status of limitations”).
We will seek the damages your re entitled to recover, including:
- Current and future medical expenses
- Loss of companionship
- Loss of earning capacity
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
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