In the hands of a medical professional, you should expect nothing less than the highest level of care and consideration. Unfortunately, these qualities cannot be found in all doctors and surgeons. In fact, all too often, a healthcare professional's lack of care and consideration results in serious injury or even death to the patient. If such was the case for you or a loved one, then you should contact the Law Offices of James A. Welcome about filing a medical malpractice claim in Connecticut.
In order to prove a medical malpractice claim, the plaintiff must be able to demonstrate each of the following four elements:
Many different types of medical malpractice exist, which can make it difficult to correctly identify mistreatment by a healthcare professional. If your health was compromised under the treatment of a doctor, nurse, dentist, or any other type of healthcare provider, then contact a Waterbury medical malpractice lawyer at our office immediately. We can evaluate the nature of your case and place it into one of the following categories:
The state of Connecticut requires that all personal injury-related claims be legally addressed within two years of the incident. Under this statute of limitations, you will be allotted no more than two years to file a claim for medical malpractice. After the two-year mark, the court can dismiss your case regardless of its legitimacy.
The sooner you contact a Waterbury medical malpractice lawyer at the Law Offices of James A. Welcome, the sooner we can begin working on your case. Because time is of the essence when it comes to cases of this nature, we urge you to speak with an attorney at our office as soon as possible. We can evaluate your case completely free of charge, so call now!
Our firm proudly serves all of Connecticut, including Waterbury, Danbury, Meriden & Norwalk.