You Suspect Medical Malpractice. Now What?

Maybe you went in for a surgery and came out with a brand new medical problem. Or maybe your doctor prescribed you a medication that you had a bad reaction to. Perhaps your doctor even missed signs of an injury or illness and failed to properly diagnose you. What now?

If these or other situations sound similar to what you or a loved one is going through, you may be the victim of medical malpractice. If you suspect you are, there are a few steps to take to ensure you give yourself a strong chance at a successful claim if that ends up being the best option.

Get Legal Help

At D'Amico Law Offices, L.L.C., we have helped numerous individuals in Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas of Pennsylvania through serious medical malpractice cases. We know how to tell if you have a strong case. Even if it is not immediately clear, we know how to investigate further to determine whether filing a claim is in your best interests.

Having a lawyer on your side will also help ensure that your physician or hospital takes you seriously. We will make sure your rights are protected and that the negligent party knows that we are serious about seeking retribution.

If you suffered a serious injury that you think was caused by a surgical error, misdiagnosis or other medical mistake made by your doctor or hospital, it is important to put your health first and continue to seek medical care.

We Will Investigate To Determine If Malpractice Occurred

We can speak with your doctor on your behalf to determine if there was wrongdoing. Depending on your situation, your doctor or hospital may be willing to provide services free of charge if it is clear an error was committed in the initial procedure or administration of care.

We can also speak to the licensing board and other expert witnesses to determine whether your doctor failed to uphold accepted standards of care when treating or diagnosing you.

We Are Ready To Help You Through This Difficult Time. Call Us Today.

We know that this is a difficult time in your life. We are here to help. To arrange a time to discuss your situation with one of our attorneys at no charge, please call us at 412-906-8180 or 866-546-4956, or fill out an online contact form. We handle medical malpractice cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you won't pay us unless we recover for you.