When you visit a doctor or healthcare provider, you expect to be provided with a high level of care in accordance with sound medical practices. The overwhelming majority of medical professionals deliver the high level of care that you and your family deserve.
Unfortunately, sometimes sound medical care is not always provided. Worse, injuries and sometimes even death can result.
As Arizona medical malpractice lawyers, we seek to hold doctors and healthcare providers accountable for the injuries and damages they cause through carelessness and negligence.
Sources of Medical Negligence
Sometimes a doctor may be negligent in failing to correctly diagnose a medical condition, such as cancer or a heart condition. In other cases, a doctor may perform surgery incorrectly, which can lead to dangerous complications or death. A doctor may also be negligent in providing the wrong prescriptions, or a hospital may be negligent in the healthcare providers that it hires.
In these and other cases involving medical negligence, doctors and healthcare facilities need to be held accountable for the damages and injuries they cause. Our firm works hard on behalf of those injured by medical negligence and the family members of those killed from medical malpractice to obtain just compensation.
Pursuing Difficult Medical Malpractice Claims
Medical malpractice cases are extraordinarily complex, contentious, and emotionally draining. At Cole & Leal, we have the resources, experience, and knowledge to successfully handle your case from the start to a settlement or trial, whether in Pinal County or anywhere in Arizona. Our track record in medical malpractice and Arizona product liability cases is one of success: we have had multiple million-dollar-plus recoveries and jury verdicts.
We carefully screen medical malpractice cases and employ experts to ensure that you have a good case worthy of your time and effort. Medical malpractice litigation is not easy and it takes commitment and emotional investment. We value our clients: we won’t waste your time by pursuing a case we don’t think has merit.
If you have been injured while under the care of a doctor or healthcare provider, or a family member has been killed, please call our firm so that we can meet with you and learn about your case. There is no fee for this meeting. Because we take medical malpractice cases on a contingency fee basis, you won’t pay attorney fees if you don’t receive compensation.