Medical still lifeWe handle a wide variety of cases that fall under the umbrella of “medical malpractice” claims. In Alabama, cases against doctors, hospitals, medical clinics, nursing homes, specialty care facilities, and institutional pharmacies are all subject to the limitations of the Alabama Medical Liability Act, which requires that we prove that the conduct of the medical provider fell below the applicable standard of care and that the breach of the standard of care caused the injury and damages to the injured party. While the medical lobbying groups will try to convince you that medical malpractice lawsuits are frivolous, they are only worried about their images and their bottom lines. We perform an important service to help those injured by medical malpractice find justice. Despite the difficult legal burdens and costs in prosecuting medical malpractice cases, we have a proven track record of experience and success with these types of claims.
If you or a loved one has been the victim of the negligence of a medical provider, please contact our nearest office for a free consultation.

Physician, Nursing, and Hospital & Institutional Errors

All too often, hospitals, medical clinics, doctors and nurses breach the applicable standards of care to their patients, thereby committing medical malpractice. From incorrect diagnoses to botched procedures to substandard patient care, we may be able to help.

Nursing Home Injuries & Deaths

Nursing homes, long term care facilities, and specialty care facilities are subject to Federal and State regulations regarding patient care. All too often, these facilities sacrifice patient care for their financial bottom lines, thereby injuring those people who are the most vulnerable and in need of protection. Whether it is injuries or abuse at such facilities or substandard patient care, we may be able to help. Please also be aware that there is a national trend to require arbitration agreements for admission to nursing home and other long term care facilities, which we strongly oppose because it deprives people of their right to trial by jury and keeps the negligent care provided by these facilities from becoming known to the public, thereby further deteriorating patient care.