We provide strong medical malpractice advocacy

Last week on the blog we discussed medication errors and just how common they can be in the hospital and pharmacy settings. Unfortunately, those who are subjected to a doctor mistake like a medication error are often left with a worsened medical condition. In some instances, the error can even be fatal. On top of the obvious physical harm that can be done, these victims might also suffer from excessive financial and emotional loss.

Medical malpractice victims may not know where to turn when they are harmed by those to whom they entrusted their health. Experienced attorneys, like those at Colonna & Doyle, can be of assistance. By assessing the facts of your case, analyzing and applying statutory and case law, examining physical evidence, and scrutinizing witnesses, we give your claim a voice.

Winning a medical malpractice case is rarely easy. It must be shown that the medical professional in question owed the victim a duty of care and that duty was breached, thereby causing the victim harm. We at the Law Office of Colonna & Doyle know how to approach these issues with aggression and confidence. Through our years of successful experience, we know how to craft a legal strategy that puts clients’ best interests first. Hopefully, with skilled negotiation and litigation, we will be able to satisfactorily show that negligence caused our clients’ injuries.

In addition to our dedication to winning clients’ cases, we also work hard to maximize compensatory recovery. We gather the necessary documents to prove our clients incurred medical expenses and look forward to determine how much individuals will have to pay in the future. Also, we attempt to put a price tag on something that is priceless: our clients’ emotional well-being. By showing these losses in addition to lost wages, we do everything we can to leave our clients on strong financial footing with the resources necessary to reach as full of a recovery as possible.

Source: For more information, please visit our Medical Malpractice page.


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