If the negligence of your healthcare provider has resulted in an injury, you should file for medical malpractice as soon as you become aware of your injuries. A competent medical malpractice attorney will be able to review your case and devise the best strategy for you.

There are some key differences between filing a medical malpractice case and other liability cases.

Statute of Limitations

You have 4 years from when the malpractice occurred to file your case, unless you can prove that your medical provider fraudulently concealed medical negligence so you could not find out. In this case the statute of limitations is 2 years from when the injury was discovered or 7 years from when the malpractice occurred.

Backing your Claim and Notice of Intent

In order to file a medical malpractice case, you will need to serve a notice of intent to sue to the healthcare provider that includes an affidavit of merit from a doctor or other medical professional confirming you have a valid malpractice claim.

At this point you may either settle with the company or go to court, depending on the details of your claim and other factors. Our attorneys can guide you through
the settlement process as well as defend your claim in court.

We offer free consultations for Medical Malpractice cases.

The best way to get the most out of a medical malpractice consultation is to:

  • Assemble a record of all medical providers who have treated the condition related to your claim.
  • Describe the medical treatment most relevant to your claim in writing.
  • Gather all documentation and correspondences related to your treatment and how it has affected your quality of life.


If you need help or have questions, contact us.

free personal case review

share your experience
& we will call you

By submitting you agree to our Terms & Privacy Policy.