Do You Have A Medical Malpractice Case?

Medical malpractice cases often are the most difficult type of personal injury claim. In order to establish that you have a medical malpractice case, you must show that the medical professional treating you performed an act or failed to perform an act that resulted in you suffering additional harm or injury.

Medical malpractice claims may be brought against hospitals, doctors or other medical personnel who were part of your treatment team. You need to be able to clearly demonstrate that these facilities or individuals did not adhere to the accepted standard of care in the local medical community. It will often be necessary to use experts to show that these individuals did not meet their obligations to you.

We Can Help You Hold Negligent Health Care Professionals Responsible For Their Acts

At Peach & Weathers, our attorneys have over 60 years of combined legal experience with medical malpractice matters. We work very closely with experts in the medical field to build strong claims for compensation for our clients. We will carefully construct your case to show how the medical professionals breached the standard of care that was owed to you or your loved one.

We handle a number of medical malpractice cases for our clients, including:

  • Birth injuries, such as Erb's palsy, cerebral palsy, abrupted placenta or shoulder dystocia
  • Misdiagnoses or failed diagnosis claims, including the failure to detect cancer, heart attacks, strokes or other serious medical conditions
  • Allergic reactions to medication
  • Surgical errors, including wrong-site surgeries as well as sponges or utensils left inside the patient after surgery

Due to the extremely technical nature of these cases, it is absolutely essential that you have an experienced lawyer on your side. You will not know what sort of information that you should be looking for, and you may decide to settle your claims for much less than they are worth.

If you believe that you have suffered an injury or seen your condition worsen due to the actions of your doctors, physicians, nurses or others involved in your treatment, you need to talk to us as soon as possible. We will help you understand if you have a valid medical malpractice claim and can immediately get to work in pursuing compensation for you.

Free Consultations For Those With Medical Malpractice Questions

To talk to one of our experienced attorneys, please call our San Bernardino office at 909-494-2565 or send us an email. We represent people with personal injury claims throughout Southern California.