- November 4, 2015
- Medical Malpractice
- Personal Injury
Our attorneys receive calls every day from clients asking if they have a medical negligence case. The unfortunate truth of the matter is many patients who fall victim to medical malpractice do not even know they’re victims. This is because many do not understand what medical malpractice is and when you are able to file a lawsuit in Michigan.
Partner and Detroit Medical Malpractice Attorney Tim Sulloli, answers one of the most frequently asked questions, “What is medical malpractice?” in this video below. Also in the video, Tim discusses the statute of limitation for filing a claim, how to prove medical negligence, and the most common mistake medical malpractice victims make. To learn more about medical malpractice lawsuits in Michigan, watch this video now.
Just because treatment or a surgery had a bad outcome does not mean the medical provider, hospital, or other medical facility was negligent. Even with the best medical care, a patient could be too sick or too injured to benefit significantly from treatment. That is why it is so important to call an experienced attorney immediately to investigate the situation and determine if medical negligence occurred.
Call our top-rated Detroit medical malpractice lawyers today at (248) 286-8100 to discuss your claim during a free, no-obligation consultation. We can answer your questions and determine if you are eligible to file a medical malpractice lawsuit. We have over 30 years of experience successfully representing medical malpractice victims and we can do the same for you. Best of all, should you need representation, our attorneys represent clients under a trusted no-win, no-fee promise, which means there are no legal fees or costs to you whatsoever until you win or your claim is settled. You can be confident we are fighting for you every step of the way and we are not afraid to go to trial to pursue the maximum amount of compensation you deserve.
Medical malpractice lawsuits in Michigan are very complex and require the knowledge of an attorney with years of experience. Proving negligence against a medical provider such as a doctor, nurse, or surgeon, or against a medical facility such as a hospital can be difficult. The attorney you hire could mean the difference between receiving fair compensation and no compensation at all.
Call our experienced lawyers today if you are looking to seek ultimate justice and get the compensation you deserve. We can help!