How Long Do You Have to File a Medical Malpractice Claim in Virginia?

March 3rd, 2022 | Medical malpractice

Although some instances of medical malpractice are immediately obvious, not all of them are. For example, many patients who were harmed because of a negligent doctor or surgeon may think that their poor outcomes are simply down to bad luck or their conditions being worse than they initially believed. In fact, many providers support this… read more Read More

Hospitals and Doctors Are Good at Denying That Medical Malpractice Occurred

October 28th, 2021 | Medical malpractice

Medical malpractice can be very difficult to prove. Because medicine is such an inexact science, and because bad outcomes can happen after any treatment, it’s easy for hospitals and doctors to deny responsibility when patients get worse or even die. And when victims are sick or their loved ones are grieving their passing, trying to… read more Read More

Bad Outcome After Medical Treatment? Our Lawyers Can Investigate What Happened.

September 2nd, 2021 | Medical malpractice

There are no guarantees in medicine. What may be an extremely safe and minor procedure or treatment for 99% of people can be potentially fatal in a small minority of patients. Because of differences in human anatomy and biochemistry—not to mention the fact that medical providers are human and prone to errors—some patients experience bad… read more Read More