Personal Injury Services
If You Have Been Seriously Injured By A Health Care Provider, We Can Help!
Medical malpractice occurs when a health care provider (such as a hospital, HMO, doctor, nurse, chiropractor, therapist or other individual or entity licensed to provide medical care or treatment) does something that competent health care provider would not have done, or fails to do what a competent health care provider would have done, resulting in injury or death. If you or a loved one has been injured and you feel that a health care provider caused your injury, you should contact us immediately to review your claim.
Medical malpractice claims are usually very complex and requires extensive analysis of your medical records by our firm and our medical experts to determine the viability of your claim. Because of the significant initial expense involved in analyzing medical malpractice cases, along with the high degree of complexity and the difficulty in favorably resolving medical malpractice claims today's current political climate, we only pursue claims of very serious injuries resulting from medical malpractice.
Medical malpractice claims can result from negligent acts, omissions or medical errors such as:
If we accept your medical malpractice case, will aggressively pursue recoverable damages against all responsible parties. These damages may include: past and future medical expenses; physical pain and suffering; mental anguish; physical impairment and disfigurement; lost wages; and loss of earning capacity.
As with any personal injury claim, time is critical, since state laws limit the time in which you have to file a claim. Contact us today to protect your rights. Stolee and Associates will evaluate your medical malpractice claim free of charge. You will not pay any attorney fees or costs unless we recover money for you.
Stolee and Associates is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey; however, we help victims of personal injury nationally, with the help of our network of law firms in other jurisdictions.