Get Help From Our Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Medical malpractice claims, also known as medical negligence claims, are often considered the most complex type of personal injury claims. Much more than legal expertise is necessary for claims against doctors and other medical professionals to be successful. An understanding of medicine and medical practices and procedures is necessary.
Knowledge is power. At Hall Ansley in Springfield, Missouri, we have the knowledge necessary to succeed in medical malpractice cases, and our record of results proves it. Our law firm not only features medical malpractice lawyers who have dedicated their careers to the handling of these cases, we also have two nurse paralegals on staff. In addition, we have established working relationships with a number of medical experts in all medical subspecialties.
We encourage the community to obtain important knowledge about their healthcare decisions. We believe it is important to research the background of any doctor that may provide care to loved ones.
Offering Comprehensive Medical Malpractice Representation
If you suspect medical malpractice is responsible for your current health problems or those of a family member, you can trust our proven ability to investigate, develop and establish a claim to help right the medical wrongs that have occurred. We handle cases involving:
- Birth-related injuries
- Misdiagnosis and delay in diagnosis
- Emergency room errors
- Hospital errors
- Surgical errors
- Nursing home accidents
- So-called “never events”
Time is of the essence in all serious injury claims, especially those involving medical negligence. Generally speaking, medical malpractice claims must be filed within two years of the event and must be supported by written opinions from qualified experts. Investigation into a medical negligence case can take weeks or months to complete. We encourage you to contact us as soon as possible so we can begin building a case to get you full compensation.
Free Consultation With A Lawyer
Doctor negligence cases are handled on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we are successful in recovering compensation for you.