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When we visit a medical provider, we expect our health to improve not worsen. A medical malpractice injury can be a devastating life changing event. Instead of getting healthier, we end up more sick and more inundated with medical debt. No one deserves to suffer as a result of a medical provider's careless negligence.
If you or a family member have suffered personal injuries as a result of medical malpractice, contact the Law Offices of Raul G. Lomas. We can provide you with an initial thorough case analysis at no charge and recommend the right type of legal action. You may be entitled to receive compensation for your medical bills, pain, and suffering.
How do I know if I have a case for medical malpractice?
Doctors, nurses, hospital staff, and even health insurers make costly mistakes all the time. Unfortunately, they may not be willing to admit to their mistakes. Instead, they may take steps to cover them up to protect themselves against lawsuits. If you have been the victim of any of the following medical errors you may have a strong case on your hands and be entitled to recovery of your damages.
- Hospital negligence
- Incorrect drug dosage
- Nursing mistakes
- Nursing home and elder abuse
- Wrongful death
- Defective medical equipment
- Inappropriate medical staff conduct
- Brain injuries
What types of damages can I recover for my medical malpractice case?
We understand that no amount of money can ever fully restore your health back to normal. However, our medical malpractice attorneys can help you recover monetary compensation for your medical damages including medical bills, future medical costs, loss of earnings, and additional expenses acquired as a result of your injuries.
If your case involves the death of a family member, our law firm can help you file a wrongful death lawsuit against the responsible medical provider. Our attorneys can help seek damages for your loved one's medical bills, loss of earnings, and related expenses.
How long should I wait before contacting an attorney?
We recommend that you don't wait long and contact an attorney as soon as possible. Keep in mind that California's statute of limitations on filing medical malpractice lawsuits are one year after you discover your injury or three years after the date of injury.
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