Experienced Medical Malpractice Attorneys

Providing Compassionate Guidance & Aggressive Representation

As patients, we place our trust in the competence and skills of trained medical professionals when we need treatment. When medical malpractice or negligence occurs, it can be devastating. Doctors, nurses, and other healthcare practitioners are responsible for upholding certain standards designed to keep patients safe. When they fail to do so, Hare Wynn can help you fight for your rights. Our medical malpractice attorneys represent individuals who have suffered serious, life-altering injuries as a result of medical negligence. We also assist the families of loved ones who died as a result of medical malpractice. Whether you needed costly medical care as a result of your injuries, suffered lost wages or income, dealt with severe pain and suffering, or faced serious emotional distress, our firm is here to provide the compassionate legal counsel and aggressive litigation you need.

Are you the victim of medical malpractice? Did you lose a loved one as a result of negligence? Call us at (855) 997-9319 to discuss you case with a lawyer today.

What is Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice, also known as medical negligence is a term used to describe instances in which medical professionals—including doctors, nurses, anesthesiologists, dentists, surgeons, and other practitioners—fail to act in a way that is compliant with the standard of care widely accepted throughout the medical community. At Hare Wynn, our medical malpractice attorneys represent victims and their family members in cases involving a medical professional who breached the standard of care in diagnosing or treating a medical condition.

We handle a wide variety of medical malpractice and medical negligence cases, including those that involve:

  • Surgical errors
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Anesthesia errors
  • Brain injuries
  • Pregnancy difficulties
  • Emergency room errors
  • Delay of treatment
  • Failure to diagnose
  • Medication errors
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Birth injuries
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Emergency room delay
  • Prescription errors
  • Pharmacy errors
  • Late diagnosis
  • Obstetrical/gynecological malpractice
  • Paraplegia and quadriplegia
  • Nursing and hospital malpractice
  • Nursing negligence

Handling Complex Malpractice Claims

These types of claims are often incredibly complex. Victims must prove that the injuries they sustained were a result of medical malpractice or negligence. They must also show that they would not have sustained such injuries under the care of a competent medical professional. Proving liability can be incredibly difficult in these types of cases. Special laws govern medical malpractice claims, many of which are designed to make it very difficult for patients and their families to make any type of recovery.

At Hare Wynn, our medical malpractice lawyers have years of experience handling these types of complex claims. We are incredibly selective about the types of medical malpractice claims we take on and will only accept cases after a thorough evaluation. We employ several nurse paralegals who assist us with careful review of medical records and related literature. Typically, the individuals we choose to represent have suffered severe or debilitating harm, permanent injuries, or the death of a family member. Or selective focus allows us a greater ability to use our extensive resources, time, and knowledge to fight for the just recovery you deserve.

Schedule your complimentary case evaluation with us today—call (855) 997-9319 to get started!

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