Medical Errors Happen
When They Do, Our Attorneys Are Ready To Protect Your Rights

Doctors, nurses and other medical professionals accomplish tremendous feats every day. Advancements in medicine and technology have produced amazing capabilities, even within the last decade. Unfortunately, medical professionals make mistakes and medical technology sometimes fails. Errors that occur while treating a patient can result in traumatic injuries or death.

If you have been injured due to a medical professional's error or if a family member has died as a result of a medical error, you may be able to recover compensation through a medical malpractice lawsuit. provides knowledgeable and assertive legal representation to injured parties and their families in these cases.

       Surgical errors

  • Anesthesia errors

  • Birth injuries

  • Medication errors

  • Misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose

  • Defective medical products

.Traumatic brain injury can have a devastating impact on the life of the victim and his or her family. In many cases, a brain injury can lead to permanent changes in a person’s mental functions, personality, physical well-being, and the ability to work. In the wake of a traumatic brain injury, families often find themselves financially and emotionally overwhelmed with hospital visits, medical bills, and dealings with insurance companies.

Pursuing Justice After A Birth Injury

You buy every book on pregnancy and parenting and you have closets and drawers lined with clothes, incrementally growing in sizes based on months. You tick days off your calendar in an excited countdown. Then, a day you have been anticipating for months ends in a birth injury that changes you and your baby’s life forever.Do not be afraid to pursue compensation.
If your infant has been injured as the result of negligence on the part of an OB-GYN, a midwife, a nurse or a hospital, the party or parties responsible should be held to account for their careless actions. That is why we have civil courts and that is where the lawyers at can help.

A victim with a more severe traumatic brain injury may develop additional symptoms:

  • Slurred speech

  • Weakness or numbness in fingers and/or toes

  • Loss of consciousness for several minutes to hours

  • Loss of coordination

  • Convulsions or seizures

  • Dilated pupils

  • Profound confusion

  • Agitation, combativeness, or other uncharacteristic behaviors

Children with traumatic brain injuries may go through changes in their eating habits, cry consistently, become unusually irritable, become sad or depressed, lose interest in favorite toys, or experience changes in sleeping habits

Types Of Birth Injuries

The moment of birth is a critical juncture that could affect your baby for the rest of his or her life. Common injuries include:

  • Eclampsia or pre-eclampsia, which are dangerous to both the mother and the baby

  • Shoulder dystocia, which could result in Erb’s palsy

  • Hypoxia, a deprivation of oxygen to the body

  • Infections

  • Severe brain damage, which could lead to permanent conditions like cerebral pals
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Our attorneys take cases on contingency, meaning you won’t pay unless you receive compensation for the injury to you or your child. In medical malpractice cases, it’s important to act as quickly as possible so a compelling case can be built.