If you or a loved one has been affected by a catastrophic injury or death due to someone’s negligent act or omission to act, you should seek legal advice.
In a case of negligence, you can collect economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages involve monetary losses, such as past and future medical bills and lost wages, whereas non-economic damages refer to physical and mental pain and suffering, loss of support, and loss of quality of life
Proving medical malpractice can be very complicated. The plaintiff carries the burden of proof of all aspects of the case. That is why, if you think you might have a case of medical error, it is important to contact a skilled medical malpractice law firm for a free consultation.
- Labor and delivery errors
- Failure to diagnose
- Surgical errors
- Radiology errors
- Delay of diagnosis
- Failure to treat
- Anesthesia Errors
- Medication Errors
- Hypoxic (lack of oxygen) injuries
- Nursing Errors
- Pressure ulcers or bedsores
- Malnourishment & dehydration
- Falls resulting in severe injuries
When you request a free consultation, a member of our team will contact you to discuss your case facts and gather important information.
Then our team will discuss your case to determine whether we can move your matter forward. If your case does not meet our criteria, or if it is not a type of case that is in our areas of expertise, we will let you know and try to provide you with information of another firm that might be able to assist you.
- A practice area that we don’t practice in.
- The limitations period for filing the case has already ended.
- Our firm has a conflict of interest.
- The case would be prosecuted in a state where we aren’t licensed.
- It isn’t a case under Oklahoma law.
Our firm must be selective on cases we undertake due to the amount of time and resources that each case requires. It is our belief that we would rather dedicate a lot of our time, focus, and resources to fewer cases, than dedicate a little time to a lot of cases.
This allows us to immerse ourselves in getting to know the legal aspects of the case, the medical aspects of the case, and, most importantly, our clients. By getting to know our clients, we believe we can better understand what they have experienced with this life-changing event, making us better lawyers and advocates for justice and accountability.
Our firm handles cases on a contingency fee basis, which means we only recover attorney fees if we recover compensation for our clients. If there is no recovery, there are no fees charged.