16Nov
Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Medical Malpractice Law

No Fees Unless We Recover

Almost 100,000 people die every year due to errors made by medical professionals such as doctors, surgeons, or nurses. And while individuals in every profession makes mistakes, when doctors or other medical professionals slip up, the outcome could be fatal due to the nature of their work. Medical professionals go through years of schooling and training to prepare for the realities of working in a hospital or physician’s clinic. Unfortunately, no amount of education can fully eliminate the chance of a medical error.

If you have suffered because of a medical mistake, you should take legal action against the reckless medical professional who caused you harm not only to recover financial compensation to help pay for medical bills and other damages, but also to hold the medical professional liable and discourage this behavior in the future. Before you start your medical malpractice case, it is important to understand the basics of a medical malpractice lawsuit.

What You Need to Know About Indiana Medical Malpractice Law

There are several key components to every medical malpractice case victims should be aware of when the initiate their claim with the help of a medical malpractice lawyer. In almost any medical malpractice case, victims will have to be aware of and deal with the following:

  • The Statute of Limitations – This is very important because it outlines how much time you have to take legal action and file your lawsuit against the party responsible for your accident. If you wait too long and the statute of limitations expires, you cannot take legal action and lose all chances of recovering damages.
  • You Need Expert Witnesses – If you do not have medical experts or professionals who will testify on behalf of your case, your chances of success diminish significantly. These cases can be very complicated. That is why you need a medical professional to explain your injuries and how a reasonable professional in a similar situation would have acted.

Medical malpractice cases are hard to win, but it’s important to remember that this doesn’t mean they are impossible. With experienced representation, many individuals are able to secure the compensation they need to pay for the costs of their injuries.