When you have a question about medical malpractice, it is best to seek the advice of several attorneys regarding your legal options. In some cases an attorney may not be experienced in your type of case while another one specializes in that specific incidence. Some attorneys may have a conflict of interest in your case, and others may have a work overload.
However, if you have seen three or more attorneys and they all decline you, chances are you do not have a strong enough case to take to trial. Processing a case is very expensive, and if the attorneys feel that the compensation will not be worth your time – meaning it will only cover costs and you do not benefit – they will not take the case.
You can file an administrative complaint against the doctor or hospital if this occurs. While this will not provide you with compensation; your actions could help prevent the mistake from happening to anyone else.
Additional Frequently Asked Questions
- Can Nurses, Anesthesiologists Or Other Healthcare Providers Be Sued For Malpractice?
- How Do I Know If I’m Within the Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice?
- What Is The Basis For Most Medical Malpractice Claims?
- What Does “Contributory Negligence” in Relation to Medical Malpractice Mean?
- How Do You Determine If Someone Is the Victim of Medical Negligence?