Is Your Medical Malpractice Case Worth Pursuing?
When patients become victims of medical mistakes, their lives are turned upside down. Some suffer from traumatizing, long-term injuries that take months or years to heal. Others must go through the stress and pain of additional procedures to remedy the mistake. Still some may have their life permanently altered, either through a permanent disability or a wrongful death. Yet not all victims will pursue a claim - many because they worry that the cost of doing so will outweigh any potential benefits. If you or someone you love has been victimized by a medical mistake, the following can help you determine if you may have a viable claim.When a Medical Mistake Causes Death or Serious Injury
Medical malpractice can come in many forms, and may vary greatly in severity. Some result in emotional trauma and additional procedures but are able to be rectified in a relatively short time period. Others result in either serious injury or death. Victims may need extensive therapies and treatment to heal, or they may never fully recover. In fact, some cases result in a significant change in the victim’s way of life, potentially causing them to lose their ability to walk, work, or enjoy life as they once did. Any one of these cases could be considered a viable medical malpractice case - even if they do not appear to be initially. An attorney can better help you determine if your case might be a viable oneUnderstanding the Cost of a Malpractice Claim
Generally speaking, medical malpractice cases are highly complex. They often require the assistance of medical experts and specialists. Filing fees, legal costs, and other expenses are also common in medical malpractice claim cases. Still, each claim must be analyzed on a case by case basis. Each is unique and the costs and viability can vary. If you believe you may be eligible for a claim, contact an experienced medical malpractice attorney to get started.Contact Our Experienced San Jose Medical Malpractice Lawyers
If you or someone you love has experienced injury, disability, or death because of a medical mistake, Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard, LLP can help. Dedicated and experienced, we are prepared to answer all of your questions. We will fight to protect your rights and best interests at every turn, and will always pursue the most favorable outcome possible. Schedule a free consultation with our San Jose medical malpractice attorneys to learn more. Call (408) 289-1417 today.Source