Compensation For Medical Malpractice

Doctors, nurses and medical staff typically do an excellent job of caring for the sick, saving lives and providing the right medical care. However, they are still human. This means mistakes can be made because of an error or a lapse in judgment when caring for patients. Often, medical errors are the result of failing to take adequate time in examining the patient, and failing to appropriately listen to the history given by the patient or the patient's family.

Based in Fayetteville, the law firm of Anderson, Johnson, Lawrence & Butler, L.L.P., features experienced attorneys who have represented patients injured by medical errors, as well as doctors and health care practices against whom malpractice claims have been made. In recent years, the firm's focus has been in representing the patients and the families of patients who have been injured by the negligence of health care professionals and institutions such as hospitals and nursing homes. The firm understands the unique challenges of both pursuing, and trying medical malpractice cases to jury verdict, and we will always use our best efforts in assessing the strength of our client's potential medical malpractice claim, and advising whether or not the claim should be pursued.

Typical Medical Malpractice Cases We Handle

Included in the medical cases which we have handled for clients is the following:

  • Surgical errors
  • Misdiagnosis and failure to diagnose
  • Medication errors
  • Hospital or nursing home negligence
  • Unauthorized treatment
  • Birth injury

How Our Lawyers Can Help

The firm partners have decades of experience handling medical malpractice and personal injury claims. During initial consultations, we listen to all the details of the case as well as your legal goals and needs. We then can draw upon our own experience as well as that of medical experts to determine if there has been a violation in the appropriate standard of care, and if so, to begin building a strong case. We keep clients informed with each new development in the case until the matter is resolved. Whether it is severe damage or even a wrongful death suit, we always prepare as if we are going to court to ensure that clients get the justice they deserve.

Schedule A Consultation To Discuss Your Medical Malpractice Dispute

Call 910-483-1171 or use our Contact page to schedule an initial consultation with a lawyer. North Carolina has several laws pertaining to the statute of limitations for filing medical malpractice lawsuits. For best results, contact us as soon as possible so we can get started.