Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice cases arise when a doctor, chiropractor, pharmacist, or hospital employee or nurse, falls below the standard of reasonable care and skill expected under the circumstances.

Medical malpractice comes about because of grossly improper treatment, the failure to remove a surgical instrument or sponge, a gross misdiagnosis, surgery on the wrong body part, amputation of the wrong limb, a failure to obtain proper consent, or, abandoning a patient.

Medical malpractice does not arise simply because the patient encountered common risks or complications that are foreseeable under the best of care.  There must be an action or inaction that falls below the standard of reasonable care under the circumstances.

Medical malpractice requires extensive investigation and expert review.  In both Kentucky and Tennessee, the statute of limitations on medical malpractice cases is only one year.  Do not delay in contacting me about a medical malpractice case.

I accept medical malpractice cases that result in death or a serious injury causing life-long disability or life-long pain.

When you contact me, we will candidly discuss your case, and if I accept the case, we will develop a plan of action to win your case.  You do not need any money to hire me.  I look forward to hearing from you.