The Ability To Handle Complex Medical Malpractice Cases
The majority of medical malpractice claims in South Carolina go to trial. Therefore, another important service we offer our clients is experience. Our attorneys have more than 50 years of combined experience and are highly skilled trial lawyers.
If you believe you are a victim of medical malpractice or if you have lost a loved one due to a medical mistake, please contact the Taylor Law Firm, LLC, in West Columbia, South Carolina, today. We can help.
What Constitutes A Medical Malpractice Claim?
If you answer yes to any of the following questions, you may have a medical malpractice claim. You must ask yourself:
- Did your loved one visit the doctor for a checkup and wind up in the morgue?
- Did your elderly family member wake up with a broken shoulder after being sedated for several days in a nursing home?
- Did your spouse die following routine surgery?
- Have you developed a drug addiction due to being over-prescribed medication?
These are nightmare scenarios. They should never happen. But when a doctor, hospital or some other health care provider is liable for causing serious injury or the death of a person entrusted to his or her care, he or she can and should be held accountable.
Providing A Straightforward Assessment Of Your Matter
Bad or unexpected results do not necessarily mean medical malpractice. Therefore, one of the most important services we offer our clients is honesty. We do not make unrealistic promises. The goal in medical malpractice cases is to obtain fair compensation.
Medical malpractice claims require thorough and careful investigation. If, after investigating a client’s case, we determine there is sufficient cause to file a claim, we will take the steps necessary to hold the health care provider accountable.
Our experience in medical malpractice includes:
- Surgical errors
- Failure to diagnose
- Birth injuries
- Medication errors
- Anesthesia errors
- Patient falls
Free Consultation • No Fees Before We Acquire Compensation for You
Our law offices are conveniently located in West Columbia between interstates 20 and 26 on Highway 378, between the Lexington and Richland county courthouses.