Clients are entitled to the undivided loyalty of the attorney they choose to pursue their claims and represent their interests.
If you've been the victim of professional malpractice, you're entitled to be compensated for any damages you incur as a direct result of negligence.
Litigation is the process by which one party takes legal action against another whom he or she contends is liable for some type of damage.
According to the law, if someone has a duty to perform for you, and fails to do so, you have the right to be compensated for any damages that result.
|Medical Malpractice Cases
Most births and deliveries are handled appropriately by medical care professionals.
|Medical Malpractice-General Information
Every state has certain time limits governing how long you have to file a personal injury case after an injury or accident occurs.
When a professional agrees to provide services to clients, he or she is responsible for delivering a standard of care that's expected of the profession.