The county seat and largest city in Snohomish County situated along Puget Sound, Everett has several medical centers staffed with skilled doctors and nurses. Even with the best intentions, however, mistakes sometimes occur that harm patients. If you have been injured by a doctor’s negligent actions, consult an experienced attorney who can help you obtain fair compensation for your losses.
Whether you have suffered birth injuries that result in lifelong motor issues or an infection stemming from a lack of sanitization during surgery, a skilled medical malpractice lawyer can provide the representation and guidance you deserve. A qualified lawyer can conduct a thorough investigation into your case, overcome laws favoring Washington medical interests and build a compelling argument to demonstrate malpractice, then fight fiercely on your behalf to gain accountability, justice and financial stability for your losses.
When it comes to medicine Everett Clinical Malpractice Advocate there are many gray areas. Treatments involve risks, symptoms often change, and diagnosing serious conditions takes time. Despite this, when a doctor breaches a standard of care and a patient is injured, the result can be catastrophic.
Our attorneys understand the challenges that come with pursuing a medical malpractice claim, and we are ready to assist you in every step of your legal journey. We begin with a comprehensive investigation of the facts of your case, including reviewing medical records, analyzing expert witness testimony and building a strong legal strategy to prove negligence occurred. We then take decisive action to secure compensation for your losses, ranging from lost income to physical and emotional pain and suffering.
You are generally given three years to file a medical malpractice lawsuit in court, starting with the date of your injury or your reasonable discovery of it. While you may be able to submit your claim after this timeframe, bringing a lawsuit sooner than later helps ensure that the evidence is available for the judge to review.
In cases involving alleged surgical errors, it is also often critical to have an independent review by a medical panel before filing a lawsuit. This is a step that is often required by statute and allows the expert medical panel to weigh in on your claim before a court decides whether or not malpractice took place.
We work with clients across Washington, including those who have been harmed by dental malpractice, hospital negligence, nursing home abuse and other forms of medical malpractice. We are here to offer the legal support you need, so you can focus on your health. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation with an experienced Everett medical malpractice attorney. We accept no fees unless we win compensation on your behalf.