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Let the Little Rock, Arkansas Attorneys at The Brad Hendricks Law Firm Handle Your Medical Malpractice Case

What is Medical Malpractice?

Medical Malpractice, also commonly known as medical negligence, occurs when trusted medical professionals, such as doctors, nurses, and other trained medical personnel fail to competently perform their duties or provide adequate treatment, which results in serious personal injury to patients under their care.

Examples of Medical Malpractice Cases/Suits

There are many different forms of medical malpractice, from surgical errors and unnecessary procedures to medication mistakes. If you believe your injuries are the result of medical negligence, contact The Brad Hendricks Law Firm to speak to our Little Rock, Arkansas medical malpractice attorneys.

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We work closely with our clients to aggressively tackle their case and hold the responsible parties accountable. Our medical negligence attorneys are committed to pursuing maximum compensation for medical malpractice injuries, including:

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Why a Medical Malpractice Lawyer Is Needed

We trust medical providers with our lives, yet every year, thousands of patients fall victim to doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals who fail to exercise the proper degree of skill and care that they should. When medical errors occur, the impact on the patient and their family can be absolutely devastating, particularly if they are denied compensation for their injuries.

When medical negligence occurs, you need an experienced attorney knowledgeable of the laws that help protect medical patients in order to obtain the maximum compensation owed to you as quickly as possible. You also need an experienced attorney knowledgeable in medical issues.

In order to build a strong case and fight for you, we will:

  • Investigate your incident and determine what parties are responsible – We’ll gather evidence from hospital documents, medical records, and other information to help prove that a medical error caused your injuries.
  • File your legal documents – Medical malpractice claims are subject to strict deadlines. Our team will handle the complex court filings for you and ensure documents related to your claim are accurate and filed on time so the process is as easy as possible for you.
  • Gather expert witness testimony – Testimony from other medical professionals typically is necessary to show that your caregiver failed to provide an acceptable standard of care. We’ll use this testimony to help prove your injuries were caused by negligence.
  • Negotiate a fair settlement – Lawyers of large insurance firms have a goal to minimize the amount you recover. We stand up to the greedy insurance companies to help you win a fair amount for your related injuries.
  • Represent you in court – We are prepared to fight in court. We will build a strong case to bring to the jury and prove that fair compensation is due from the responsible parties.

In Arkansas, the time limit for filing a medical malpractice or medical negligence claim is normally two years. This is less than the three years that are allowed in most personal injury cases, although there are exceptions for minors injured by acts of medical negligence and for foreign objects (such as sponges).

To protect your rights or the rights of a loved one, contact The Brad Hendricks Law Firm as soon as possible after a medical injury has occurred. We provide a free consultation to evaluate the facts of your cases, and take all personal injury and medical negligence cases on a contingency basis. Protecting your rights is important to us. If we are unable to recover compensation for you, you owe us nothing.

Parties Responsible In Medical Malpractice Claims

Located in Little Rock but serving the entire State of Arkansas, the lawyers of The Brad Hendricks Law Firm have been dedicated to holding medical providers responsible for their injurious actions since 1990.

Those who may be responsible for your injuries might include:

  • Doctors
  • Pharmacists
  • Hospitals
  • X-ray technicians
  • Facility staff
  • Rehabilitation centers
  • Nurses
  • Therapists
  • Aides
  • Osteopaths
  • Chiropractors
  • Surgeons
  • Paramedics/EMT’s
  • Other medical providers