Our Stratford Medical Malpractice Attorneys Are Known for Helping Medical Malpractice Victims Win Just Compensation
When you go to a doctor’s office, hospital, or clinic for help, you expect to go home with an accurate diagnosis and a treatment plan that puts you on the road to recovery. Unfortunately, for far too many people, this is not what happens. Medical mistakes are exceedingly common, and in many cases, they have life-altering (or life-threatening) consequences.
If you or a member of your family is suffering due to medical negligence in Stratford, CT, it is important that you seek help. You should see a trustworthy doctor promptly, and you should speak with a Stratford medical malpractice lawyer as soon as possible. The financial and non-financial costs of medical negligence can be substantial. And in order to ensure that you and your loved ones suffer no more than absolutely necessary, you need to go to an experienced law firm to help you and to stand up for your legal rights.
We Hold Doctors, Hospitals, and Other Health Care Providers Liable for Medical Malpractice
At Berkowitz Hanna, we are a team of lawyers and legal professionals who are dedicated to holding doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers liable for their mistakes. If you or a family member is a victim of medical malpractice, you are entitled to just compensation under Connecticut law. We have a long history of experience securing justice for our clients, and we can make sure you receive the compensation you and your family deserve.
We handle cases in Stratford, CT, involving all forms of medical malpractice resulting in serious and fatal injuries and illnesses. This includes cases involving:
- Anesthesia Malpractice
- OBGYN/Labor and Delivery Malpractice
- Blood Transfusion Mistakes
- Brain Damage
- Cardiology Malpractice
- Cerebral Palsy and Erb’s Palsy
- Emergency Room Errors
- Heart Attacks
- Hospital Administration Errors
- Medication Errors
- Misdiagnosis, Delayed Diagnosis, and Failure to Diagnose
- Psychiatric Malpractice
- Radiology and X-Ray Malpractice
- Robotic Surgery Malpractice
- Surgical Injuries
- Weight Loss Procedure Injuries
Whether your doctor failed to diagnose a bone fracture, your OBGYN made a mistake during childbirth, or your loved one received an improper dosage of medication, your family’s rights are the same: You are entitled to just compensation for your losses, and you are entitled to hire an experienced Stratford medical malpractice attorney to aggressively pursue just compensation on your behalf.
FAQs: Seeking Financial Compensation for Medical Malpractice in Connecticut
Q: How do I know if I have a claim for medical malpractice?
Proving that a doctor or other health care provider committed medical malpractice requires a detailed factual assessment and a thorough understanding of the law. In other words, as a patient, the only way to know for sure whether you have a claim is to speak with an attorney. Our firm offers free consultations, and we will be happy to do the research necessary to determine if you should file a claim.
Q: How long do I have to file a medical malpractice claim in Connecticut?
In most cases, you have two years from the date of your health care provider’s mistake to file a claim for medical malpractice. However, if it was not possible to discover your provider’s mistake immediately, you have two years from the date that you reasonably should have discovered the mistake, subject to a maximum time window of three years.
That said, you should not wait any longer than necessary to seek help. It will be important to take certain steps related to your claim as soon as possible. And the sooner you file your claim, the sooner you can get on the road to recovery.
Q: Do most medical malpractice claims settle?
Yes. Statistically speaking, most medical malpractice claims settle, and this is consistent with our experience as well. When you engage our firm to represent you, we will focus our efforts on negotiating a favorable settlement. However, we will also keep open the possibility of taking your case to trial if necessary.
Q: Are medical malpractice claims expensive?
While there are certain costs (such as court costs and expert witness fees) involved in filing a medical malpractice claim, these costs pale in comparison to the long-term financial and non-financial consequences of a medical mistake. We cover these costs while our clients’ claims are pending, and we will only ask you to repay them if we are successful in helping you recover just compensation.
Schedule a Free Medical Malpractice Consultation in Stratford, CT
Are you entitled to financial compensation for medical malpractice? To find out, contact us to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation in Stratford, CT. Call to request an appointment, or reach out to us online and we will be in touch with you shortly.