The main reason is that medical malpractice cases are very expensive and time consuming to pursue! A lawyer can spend $50,000 to $100,000 in out-of-pocket expenses plus two to three years of time on a single case and with no guarantee of any recovery. With this in mind, it is easy to see that to spend so much money on a case that has a potentially small recovery which could be even less than what they had to spend to present the case, or no recovery at all, lawyers are very limited to the type of medical malpractice cases they take.
Jeffrey Meldon Tip: If you believe you have a medical malpractice claim; it is important to consult with an experienced medical malpractice attorney who can help you determine if you have a claim that is worth pursuing ASAP.
If you feel you have been injured by a doctor or someone working in a health care facility, you may be wondering if you have a case or not and if you need a lawyer.
If you have a legitimate case, with serious injuries, you will need an experienced medical malpractice attorney to navigate the powerful medical insurance world in order to be fairly compensated.
For over 40 years the experienced lawyers at Meldon Law have been helping victims of medical malpractice get compensated for the harm done to them.
If you or a loved one has experienced an injury due to medical malpractice, contact the Gainesville office of Meldon Law today. Consultations are free!
Since 1971, we have represented medical malpractice victims from: Gainesville, Ocala, Lake City, Inverness, Palatka, Inverness, Crystal River, Daytona Beach, Interlachen, Spring Hill, Dunnellon, Bunnell, Live Oak, Starke, Jasper, Cross City, Perry, Trenton, Leesburg, Lake Butler, Tavares, Chiefland, Bronson, Brooksville, The Villages and the counties of Alachua County, Marion County, Columbia County, Citrus County, Volusia County, Sumter County, Levy County, Lake County, Bradford County, Flagler County, Hamilton County, Dixie County, Gilchrist County, Union County, Hernando County, Suwannee County, Union County and Putnam County.
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