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Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice Representation From Experienced Medical Malpractice Attorneys in Connecticut

If you or a member of your family has been seriously hurt as a result of negligence of a healthcare provider, such as a physician or nurse, or a hospital's negligence, contact our office in Bridgeport or Danbury. Our lawyers have years of experience and a successful track record in establishing liability for malpractice in many different specialties.

Unlike other personal injury claims, a lawsuit alleging medical malpractice must be supported by an expert's report that supports the basis of the claim. This means that intensive investigation by qualified medical professionals from the earliest stages of your case will be an essential component of your claim. Our medical malpractice attorneys work with investigators and medical experts to find information on the practices used, protocols followed, and any errors or treatment discrepancies required to prove the case. Our past successes in medical malpractice litigation allows us to commit substantial investigative and forensic resources to the development and proof of your case, and we bear the financial risk that your claim might be unsuccessful. Our medical negligence lawyers in Connecticut have the expertise to evaluate your claim and provide information on your case, advising you on how to proceed.

We represent clients in medical malpractice claims involving:

  • Surgical errors

  • Misdiagnosis

  • Wrongful birth

  • Delayed diagnosis of cancer

  • Radiology mistakes

  • Medication errors

  • Anesthesia errors

  • Birth injuries

  • Mistakes in the emergency room

These are all complex areas. Working with our medical negligence attorneys in Connecticut ensures you have an attorney with the medical and legal knowledge necessary to understand when treatment mistakes and errors are made. In many cases, the consequences of the physician's error are fatal, and sometimes the question is not whether the medical procedure resulted in the patient's death, but whether the patient was sufficiently informed of the risk and consented to the treatment.

In other cases, the patient suffers severe and disabling injuries such as traumatic brain damage, amputation, spinal cord or nerve damage, paralysis, or blindness. In these situations, medical malpractice lawyers must also consider the ongoing cost of care and support for the individual as part of the damages.

Our lawyers have extensive experience with the presentation and trial of medical malpractice cases, and one of our attorneys is a registered nurse. Her experience with both the professional and personal dimensions of patient care has been invaluable for our clients. Our medical malpractice team offers compassionate legal representation for individuals and families at very stressful and difficult times. We are here to answer your questions and discuss your options at every step in the process.

To learn more about our ability to investigate and pursue your claim against a healthcare provider or a hospital, contact our office in Bridgeport or Danbury.

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