Orange County MEDICAL MALPRACTICE Attorney
An Orange County medical malpractice attorney at Accident Lawyers can help by first reviewing your case and working to determine whether you have grounds for a claim in the first place.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Orange County Medical Malpractice
What are some types of medical malpractice cases?
Our law firm handles virtually any type of medical malpractice or medical negligence claim in the Orange County area. This may include: birth injuries, medication errors, surgical injuries, anesthesia malpractice, misdiagnosis or the failure to diagnose a medical condition, and all types of doctor, hospital or nursing errors.
How can an Orange County medical malpractice lawyer help me?
A lawyer experienced in handling Orange County medical malpractice claims and lawsuits can assist you by:
- Helping to determine whether you have grounds for a malpractice claim;
- Working to build evidence of this fact, by working with expert witnesses and investigators;
- Building a strong case against the responsible doctor or hospital; and
- Seeking a financial settlement or jury award through negotiation or courtroom litigation, depending on what is best for your particular case.
Through the entire process of handling your claim, an Orange County medical malpractice lawyer can work to protect your rights and interests to the fullest extent of the law.
What is a settlement?
In a medical malpractice case, a settlement is an amount of money that both parties agree upon as compensation for a victim's injuries. Typically, upon receiving a settlement the victim will have no further right to compensation for the same case.
Will my medical malpractice case go to trial?
Whether your particular case goes to trial will vary depending on a number of different factors. However, the vast majority of medical malpractice claims are settled outside of the courtroom.
What is the value of my case?
The specific value of your Orange County medical malpractice claim will vary drastically depending on the particular situation, primarily upon the extent of injury you have sustained as well as the doctor's conduct and how your injuries will affect you in the future. An attorney at our firm can work to determine the true worth of your case by utilizing the services of medical professionals, economists and psychologists to evaluate the extent of injury or losses you have and will sustain.
How do I know that a doctor actually committed malpractice?
It must be proven that a doctor failed to provide medical care based upon accepted standards at the time. Essentially, you must be able to prove that the doctor did not act as a reasonable medical professional would have in the same or similar circumstances.
Get more answers to your questions - contact an Orange County medical malpractice attorney at our law firm today.