A few weeks ago on the blog we discussed the costs associated with caring for cerebral palsy. Families that have a loved one who suffers from this condition can find themselves overwhelmed with medical expenses. In fact, these costs can easily reach the six and sometimes seven-figure range. For most Texans, this is unaffordable. It can threaten a family with financial ruin which, in turn, causes additional stress at a time when they need to focus on the care of their loved one.
Fortunately, those confronted by this reality may be able to find financial relief if a birth injury was caused as a result of medical malpractice. When a medical professional fails to provide care that is in line with the applicable standard of care then he or she, as well as the hospital at which he or she works, may be held liable for damages suffered. This may sound easy enough, but the process is actually quite complicated. This is why it is usually best for these families to seek help from an experienced and proven law firm like Davis & Davis.
Our attorneys dedicate their practice to medical malpractice claims. This means that they know the ins and outs of this area of law. They can not only uncover evidence and use it to build strong legal arguments to support one’s claim, but they can anticipate the defense’s arguments and plan accordingly. This allows our firm to provide our clients with the aggressive and holistic legal advocacy they need to position themselves for success.
In addition to fighting to prove liability, we diligently work to establish the full extent of harm caused to our clients. We present judges and juries with evidence of medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, lost wages and pain and suffering damages. When we take on a case we hope to leave our clients with the financial resources they need to obtain the medical care they deserve, thereby allowing them to forget about their financial worries to focus on their family and their health. To learn more about our firm, our attorneys and our record of success, please continue to explore our website.