The case evaluation process for medical malpractice claims can be different than the process for evaluating other types of injury claims. This is in part due to the nature of medical malpractice laws and in part due to unique nature of pursuing medical negligence claims.
Relying on an experienced medical malpractice attorney, like those of Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA, can help you better understand whether taking legal action in your particular circumstances is the right move for you. Here are a few things to know before calling for your free case evaluation.
Medical Malpractice Occurs Frequently
Medical errors occurs frequently. According to Forbes, medical errors are responsible for literally hundreds of thousands of deaths each year. The corresponding rate of medical errors that cause or exacerbate non-fatal injuries and illnesses can be assumed to be astronomically high. In short, medical errors happen all the time.