We entrust physicians and other healthcare professionals with our lives and our well-being. When a doctor, a nurse, nursing home, or some other caregiver breaches this trust by failing to do their job with due diligence and attention, the results can devastate a patient and their family. If you believe that you or someone in your family is a victim of medical malpractice, contact Jewell Law Office PLLC to discuss the possibility of filing a personal injury suit against those responsible. A dedicated Kentucky malpractice lawyer can make all the difference in letting you and your family keep your heads above water in the wake of an injury caused by a healthcare professional.
Experienced Kentucky Medical Malpractice Attorney
At Jewell Law Office PLLC, we can assist you in getting the maximum financial compensation to which you are entitled under Kentucky law for your physician negligence injury. We understand what you are going through. We’ve worked with many families medical malpractice cases and we’re always delighted when we can help them receive financial justice for an injury. Under Kentucky law, patients have rights when they are receiving medical treatment. If a healthcare professional is negligent in exercising the highest possible standards of professionalism when administering care to a patient, whether giving medication, performing surgery, or engaging in some other procedure, they violate these rights and their employer becomes liable for any injuries a patient might sustain as a result.
Fighting For The Compensation You Deserve
Hospitals and other caregiving facilities spend immense sums on insurance policies that are intended to protect their employees in the event of a patient injury. However, claims examiners working for these same insurance companies often seem to find ways to deny, reduce, or delay claims unjustly. When you partner with a dedicated Kentucky medical malpractice attorney, you can expect that they keep claims examiners and insurance companies acting in good faith when it comes to honoring their contracts. This means awarding compensation to our clients not only for the monetary expenses associated with an injury, including hospital bills and lost income, but also granting damages for the pain and suffering a victim and their family experience in its aftermath. There is no way to measure or quantify the pain and despondency a severe injury can generate for a victim and their loved ones, and no amount of money is going to make it go away, but fair compensation through settlement or trial after a healthcare-related injury can help ease the stress of adjusting to new circumstances and let a victim and their loved ones concentrate on healing and recovery.
Contact Us As Soon As Possible
As soon as you have received treatment for your healthcare-related injury, call our office to schedule a consultation. We think that every victim of medical malpractice is exceptional, and we honor that by offering our clients exceptional representation at all stages of the legal process.