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Brunswick Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Medical professionals have a legal and professional obligation to prevent harm to their patients and meet the appropriate standard of care for a patient’s condition. If you or a loved one recently suffered injuries or illness due to medical negligence, this can be an incredibly painful and frustrating experience. You may wonder how to hold the responsible party accountable for his or her actions while contending with expensive medical bills and the economic impact of lost income from time spent out of work in recovery.

The attorneys of Farah & Farah are available to help you through these difficult times, so contact us today to schedule a free consultation about your medical malpractice claim.

How Can Farah & Farah Help Me?

The attorneys at Farah & Farah have represented all types of personal injury claims for clients since 1979, and we have extensive experience with medical malpractice claims.

  • Our experienced legal team can arrange for appropriate medical treatment from a reliable doctor and a detailed, documented report of your prognosis for use in trial.
  • We can help you navigate the enormous stacks of paperwork you are likely to encounter when dealing with insurance companies.
  • Our firm will launch a thorough investigation into your claim, securing relevant records and other documents, witness statements, and coordinating expert witness testimony.
  • Farah & Farah wants everyone to have access to legal representation when they need it most. We take every case on a contingency-fee basis and charge zero upfront fees.

These are just a few ways our firm can help you manage the uncertainty and economic distress resulting from medical malpractice.

Why Hiring an Attorney Matters in Medical Malpractice Claims

Medical malpractice claims are functionally like personal injury claims filed against medical professionals, but they are often some of the most difficult cases to win and usually take a long time to reach satisfying results. You may have suffered a serious affliction or impairment or another injury that required corrective treatment and have missed work due to your injuries and recovery time. Because of this, we work diligently to help you fight for maximum compensation for your injuries.

We Can Handle Common Concerns in Medical Malpractice Claims

A medical malpractice claim requires a plaintiff to prove he or she had an official doctor-patient relationship with the defendant and the defendant failed to meet the standard of care for the plaintiff’s condition. In your medical malpractice claim, the attorneys of Farah & Farah will consult with expert witnesses with professional medical experience who can testify as expert witnesses in support of your claim.

A medical malpractice claim generally requires approval from the medical board with jurisdiction over the defendant before it may proceed to a lawsuit. This may involve expert witness testimony and significant documentation, and if the medical board acknowledges grounds for a medical malpractice claim they will allow your claim to proceed to a lawsuit. We can help handle this review process and gather the evidence you need to move forward with your claim.

No Financial Risk for Farah & Farah Representation

The attorneys at Farah & Farah understand the assumed high cost of legal representation discourages many people from seeking legal assistance when they need it most. This is why we charge zero upfront fees for our legal services and accept every case on a contingency-fee basis, meaning we only collect legal fees if we win your case.

Contact Us Today to Start Building Your Case

Georgia state law allows a short time-frame under a statute of limitations for medical malpractice claims, starting either on the date an injury occurred or the date you discovered the harm done by medical malpractice. The reality is you would do well to start your claim as soon as possible. Contact Farah & Farah today to schedule a free case review with one of our attorneys and we can help you better understand your legal options and clarify the stressful factors in your case.