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Medical Malpractice Attorney in Raleigh

Medical Malpractice Attorney in Raleigh

Medical negligence can result in serious, and life-long injuries. If you’re a victim, you need someone to analyze the facts of the case and help plan the best course of action. The goal here is to ensure that you are adequately compensated for your injuries and losses. That person is none other than a Raleigh medical malpractice lawyer from Morgan and Morgan and Morgan. 

Why us? We are America’s largest plaintiffs’ firm. We have won these cases in the past, including a $38 million verdict for a child who suffered brain injuries due to medical negligence. 

Let’s talk about your case today. Begin by filling out this form. We might be able to help you get compensated as well.

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Get answers to commonly asked questions about our legal services and learn how we may assist you with your case.

  • What Is the Statute of Limitations on Medical Malpractice Claims In Raleigh?

    In North Carolina, you have three years from when the alleged malpractice happened to take legal action. But there are a couple of exceptions. First off, if you only uncovered the injury a bit later down the road and had no clue about it at the time, you only have one year from that moment of discovery. But don't wait too long because there's an overall cap of four years from when the malpractice supposedly happened. In the case of foreign objects left in the body, you only have a one-year window to take legal action.

  • Against Whom Can I File a Claim With?

    You can file a medical malpractice claim against the healthcare professionals involved. This includes but is not limited to the treating physician, surgeon, nurses, and even the healthcare facility where the malpractice occurred. In cases where a defective product is involved, you may also have a product liability claim running concurrently with the medical negligence case. 

  • What Evidence Can Help Provide Medical Malpractice?

    Strong evidence for a medical malpractice case includes medical records, expert testimonies, photos and videos, and any documentation that proves negligence or substandard care. A detailed timeline of events, such as written accounts of your pain since the incident, can also bolster your case.

  • What Are Some Possible Damages in a Medical Malpractice Case?

    One thing you need to know is that each case is different. The damages you may be entitled to, similarly, may be different from what another patient may recover. That said, potential damages in a medical malpractice case include medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and other related costs.

  • Should I Settle or Go to Court?

    Deciding whether to settle or go to court depends on your specific case and what your lawyer thinks is best for you. In most cases, going to court is usually an option if the other party refuses to cooperate or if liability is disputed.

  • Get Your Free Case Review Today

    Don’t let your pain count for nothing if you’re a victim of medical malpractice. Your case could be worth thousands or even millions, but you’ll never know unless you have it reviewed by an expert. That’s why we’re here to help. Contact us today to get a free, no-obligation case evaluation.

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