Everyone makes mistakes, but when someone is a medical professional, the consequences can lead to injury, trauma, or death. However, not every medical mistake is subject to malpractice. This is because certain conditions must be proven before damages can be awarded. To find out about your case, seek counsel from our experienced medical malpractice attorney in Waterbury, CT.
The attorneys at Law Offices of Thomas E. Porzio look for certain elements to prove medical malpractice:
- Negligence Caused the Injury
- Negligence on the Part of the Medical Professional
- The Medical Professional Owed a Duty of Care to the Patient
- The Injury Caused Damage — Pain, Anguish, More Medical Bills, or Lost Wages
Knowledgeable Lawyers Serving You
As personal injury attorneys, we are well-versed in this area of the law: We know what elements to look for. We have access to medical experts that can testify. And, we are committed to taking this case to court to help you receive just compensation.
When working with you, we want you to know there is a statute of limitations. For the most part, this means you have between two and three years to file a lawsuit. Our law firm will make sure that a lawsuit is timely filed and brought to an expedient conclusion.