Our Attorneys Pursue Medical Malpractice Claims That Many Other Firms Will Not
Medical malpractice is an area of the law that many trial lawyers avoid because:
- Proving malpractice can be difficult and expensive.
- Some attorneys don’t want to burn bridges with the medical profession.
- Many law firms simply do not have the resources to pursue complex cases.
We Have The Skill And Resources To Fight For You
On the other hand, Headley Ballard, with law offices in Pearisburg, Virginia, and Daniel Island, South Carolina, has the knowledge, skill and resources to investigate negligence claims against medical professionals. We often find the keys to successful recoveries for our clients who turn to us after suffering harm through:
- Emergency room (ER) errors
- Medication errors on the part of prescribing doctors, pharmacies or nursing care facilities that administer prescribed medicines to residents
- Diagnostic errors, including failure to diagnose, misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis of a stroke, a heart attack, or prostate or breast cancer
- Surgical errors, such as when the wrong part of the body is operated on, a foreign instrument is left in the body or careless procedures cause damage to organs or nerves
- OB-GYN errors, including those leading to birth injuries
Steps: Investigate, Then Advocate
Determining what caused a medical error and who was to blame in a complex medical malpractice case can be challenging. It is our driving force when we investigate the facts about medication, surgical or other medical mistakes.
We prepare every case as if for trial. This usually means bringing medical experts on board. Our thorough preparation and compelling legal arguments have earned us a reputation among clients and colleagues.
When our clients’ legal opponents pay attention, they realize we will go to court if we must. Will your case demonstrate once again the power of our detailed investigation and analysis? We will do what it takes to present the most compelling case on your behalf through well-documented demands in negotiations, in mediation or at trial.
Our Goal: Your Recovery
If we agree to take your case and develop a medical malpractice claim or lawsuit on your behalf, it will mean that we are convinced that you have a strong case. We will work hard to obtain the compensation you need for further medical care, replacement of lost wages, other expenses, and pain and suffering.
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