Medical Malpractice Lawyer in Tucson, AZ
Medical malpractice claims are taken very seriously by the court system in the United States. For 2011 in the state of Arizona, the average medical malpractice claim paid $350,000 in compensation to the victim of a health care provider who failed to provide the appropriate level of care.
- Physician Assistants
Medical malpractice can occur in many ways either due the actions of a health care provider or to their inaction. Sometimes, doing nothing or causing delay when a patient is faced with a serious illness can have a devastating effect on the outcome.
Medical malpractice covers a wide array of injuries including those above, and others, such as surgical errors such as wrong-site surgery, anesthesia errors, misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis, medication errors and care-related infections.
If any of these situations apply to you, it is important to seek experienced legal advice as soon as possible in order to preserve your rights. Since 1989, the experienced Tucson medical malpractice attorneys of Goldberg & Osborne have been serving personal injury victims just like you.
Delaying Could Harm Your Case
You have 2 years from the time you discovered you were injured to gather all your evidence, expert witnesses, medical records and reports and put together your case. This may seem like a long time however, medical malpractice cases can be very complex and the longer you wait the more risk you run of passing the time limit. If you miss the statute of limitations, you may not be able to file a claim in the future.
We encourage you to contact the Tucson medical malpractice attorneys at Goldberg & Osborne today. Simply call 1-800-THE-EAGLE (1-800-843-3245) or fill out our online case form for your free, no obligation evaluation. We work at no cost until we settle or win your case.