Do_I Have a Medical Malpractice Case_-medical_malpractice attorneyDo you need a good medical malpractice attorney on your side? If you’re thinking about it, you just might. Every year, millions of people seek out medical attention. With a bit of luck, your condition is not that serious and you are treated and able to recover and heal, returning to life as usual. Everything goes well and the professionals in charge of diagnosing and recommending treatment and then providing that treatment do their job correctly.

But what happens when this isn’t the case? Then you might just have a case for medical malpractice. An error in judgment, a mistake, or purposeful neglect that causes a medical error that then negatively impacts you is a cause for a lawsuit. Today we’re talking all about this subject, so read on and find out more.

If you’re considering speaking to an attorney, the odds are good that you or someone you know has been affected by medical negligence. Medical mistakes can cause a lot of damage, and whether you or the person you love has recovered or is still dealing with the consequences from that mistake, consulting legal guidance is the first thing you should do once you feel better.
The consequences can be more than just health-related. Malpractice that is borne of negligence may have caused you to suffer, physically be in pain, endure mental and emotional anguish, lose wages, lose your job, or just generally have lost quality of life. While filing a suit does not guarantee that you will receive damages, it is still your best shot at attempting to get compensation. While it would be nice if everyone knocked on the door and gave you a check, it’s just not going to happen unless you file.

A lawyer will be able to tell you whether your case is going to be able to hold up in court. You have the burden of proof and it is up to you and your legal team to prove that negligence occurred and a standard of professional care was not adhered to. Your team must prove you have been harmed directly as a result of this mistake or inattention by a medical professional.
Medical mistakes can cover a number of things, from omissions to failure to act to a bad surgery or writing prescription amounts or brands that are incorrect. All of these can qualify as negligence, regardless of whether it occurred while being diagnosed, treated, or after the fact. If you can prove that the standard of care was not followed and you were harmed as a result where you would not have been had another professional been there, you likely have a strong case.

Consult an attorney today and see how strong your case is. They’ll be able to evaluate your situation and tell you whether your case is likely to hold up in court. Contact The Law Offices of Payas, Payas, and Payas today and see whether your case can hold up in court and get you the compensation that you need and deserve. Call today!