Medical Malpractice Lawyers Arizona
The law office of Needaninjurylawyerarizona.com is proud to serve victims of Arizona medical malpractice. We strongly believe each patient has the right to receive medical care that meets or exceeds medical industry standards. When a patient experiences catastrophic injuries or dies due to medical malpractice, our lawyers work to obtain substantial compensation for victims and their families.
Medical malpractice is one of the most problem nationwide. The National Academy of Sciences assessments that up to 98,000 people each year die due to medical errors at hospitals – than those who die from car accidents or breast cancer each year. In addition, another 7,000 people die every year due to medication errors – both in and out of hospitals –- a higher number than those killed in workplace accidents.
The law office of Needaninjurylawyerarizona.com lawyers provide decades of combined experience representing victims of medical malpractice and their families. Our Arizona medical malpractice attorneys have the skills needed to obtain significant recoveries for medical malpractice victims. In our office in Arizona, medical malpractice cases are handled by skilled lawyers, provides years of understanding in medical malpractice cases as well as related pharmaceutical and medical device liability actions.
Our Law Firm is knowledgeable in medical malpractice cases of all varieties, including those involving birth defects, surgical and anesthesia errors, delays in treatment, and failure to diagnose. We have signified many clients in medical malpractice, resulting in successful settlements and verdicts. Our clients include a patient who was paralyzed through surgery due to surgeon negligence; a patient who was allowed to fall from her hospital bed and distressed related injuries that left her legally blind; and a patient who was sexually assaulted by a hospital employee.
Contact our Arizona medical malpractice attorneys now if you feel you or a loved one has suffered an injury as a result of medical malpractice.