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What if I have a Medical Malpractice Claim?

If you are thinking about a medical malpractice case, understand that these claims are governed by state law. There are very restrictive state laws regarding medical malpractice cases. Insurance companies and doctors have been successful at limiting damages victims can recover and attorneys’ fees. As such, these cases must be selected very carefully.

If you think you are a victim of medical malpractice, contact an attorney who has handled these claims before. At Shook & Stone, we have handled many of these claims. Typically, we’ll have to retain experts given the particular issue and carefully investigate all aspects of a claim. They require extensive, experienced attention.

If you’ve been involved in what you believe is a medical malpractice incident, give us a call and let our team evaluate your claim.


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