If you have suffered a substantial injury caused by a medical professional’s failure to follow the degree of care, skill and leaning of a reasonably prudent health care provider you may have a claim for medical malpractice.
As a general rule you must bring the cause of action within three years of the date of loss or within one of discovery of the harm not more than eight years later.
Health care providers are held in high esteem by the majority. However, they are human and sometimes make human mistakes resulting in tragedy. According to Medicare, 86% of medical negligence cases go unreported.
We can hear your story, order your records, have them reviewed by an appropriate medical expert and advise you if you have a case. A mere bad result does not make a case. It takes a bad result and medical testimony of a breach of the standard of care that caused the injury.