If you suffer harm that could have been avoided under normal standards of care, then you may have a valid case for seeking injury compensation.
You may have to prove that the medical professional was “grossly negligent,” so contact The Brown Firm and we’ll put our legal and medical experience to work for you.
Trying to file a medical malpractice case on your own can be nearly impossible. It will take the talents of an experienced medical malpractice attorney if you want to win your case and obtain the compensation that you deserve.
In order to prove a medical professional was negligent it will be up to your Medical Malpractice Attorney to prove the following:
The statute of limitations varies depending on the type of injury suffered. For example, in Georgia, the general statute of limitations for a medical malpractice lawsuit is two years; however, here are rare exceptions that can either extend or shorten a patient’s time limit for filing a lawsuit.
The statute of limitations for Medical Malpractice in Georgia or South Carolina falls into one of two categories:
If you suffered an injury and believe it was due to a medical malpractice error, you could be entitled to receive compensation for the following:
We all rely on medical professionals to make us well, so when their actions lead to a worsening our condition, or further injury, they should be held fully liable for the damage they inflicted.
At The Brown Firm, we represent people who have been injured as a result of others’ negligence, including victims of medical malpractice.
Our expert lawyers have many years of experience dealing with Medical Malpractice cases throughout the state of Georgia and South Carolina.
We understand that each and every client has specific goals, like seeking proper medical treatment or being compensated for time missed from work.
Our superior customer service is backed by a staff that truly cares about you, and an attorney who has the gratitude, understanding, and compassion for your specific circumstances.
Are you the victim of Medical Malpractice? Contact one of our top-rated Medical Negligence Attorneys in Savannah, Atlanta, or Athens, GA or Okatie, SC to determine if you are eligible for compensation.