Attorney Wendy Lever explains Medical Injury and how we can help you...


Medical injuries are devastating and can lead to lifelong health issues and emotional trauma.

When a doctor, nurse or other medical provider makes a mistake that causes serious injury or death, the victim may be eligible for significant financial compensation.  It is important that victims seek help from an experienced legal team as soon as possible, as the statute of limitations could limit the time in which a claim can be filed.


Types of Cases We Handle:

Surgical Errors:

Surgical errors are often referred to as “never events” or events that should never happen. Even if the doctor had no malicious intent, the key factor is whether the mistake could have been avoided. Types of errors made during the surgical process include: nicks to internal organs, operating on the wrong body part, or even leaving a surgical tool in a body cavity.

Birth Injuries:

A birth injury can occur through difficulties during pregnancy or delivery. A birth injury can cause a permanent disability in an infant which may require lifelong treatment, including occupational therapy, daily care, and other special provisions.  These long-term costs can be very significant to family members and a lot of times are a life long burden.

Failure to Diagnose:

There are few things more devastating then seeking medical care after an injury or illness only to have your condition worsen because of a misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose by medical personnel. Types of cases include cancer, heart disease, infection and other serious and catastrophic injuries.

Other Medical Malpractice:

Call our team and let them know you need help. We may help you recover damages for all your losses, including income or wages, pain and suffering, unreimbursed medical expenses, loss of consortium or companionship, and loss of enjoyment of life. We are just a phone call away.

Medical Malpractice

What is Medical Malpractice?
There's a lot more to a viable medical malpractice case than merely a mistake on the part of a health care professional. You must establish the following...

step 1


The existence of a doctor-patient relationship

step 2


Care fell below the accepted medical standard of care

step 3


A connection between the care provider’s negligence and the patient’s “damages”

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