Orange County Medical Malpractice Attorney
Injury Claims in Malpractice Cases in Orange County
Medical malpractice cases can be difficult and complex to litigate, and it is crucial that you have high quality, proven legal representation if you or a loved one has been the victim of malpractice. Attorney Steven J. Weinberg has an impressive record in high value settlements in medical malpractice cases, and is a prominent attorney, recognized with an AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell, indicating ethical standards and accomplishments. Having served the injured in over 36 years of service, Mr. Weinberg has a deep insight into all aspects of malpractice law and how to move forward and file a claim for injured victims and their families successfully.
Fighting for the Rights of Victims in Medical Malpractice Cases
Each medical malpractice case has very unique circumstances, and degree of injury or other damages. In any malpractice suit, it is vital that the aspect of negligence is fully documented, and it is imperative that you act quickly in contacting the firm so that the vital evidence is preserved. This can include medical records, interviews with other attending medical personnel, and other proof to support our case against the negligent doctor, nurse, anesthesiologist, dentist or other medical professional.
The firm provides the highest quality legal counsel in all types of medical malpractice cases, including but not limited to
aortic aneurysm malpractice,
California medical malpractice cases,
cerebral palsy malpractice,
deep vein thrombosis (DVT),
emergency room errors,
gastric by-pass malpractice,
failure to diagnose,
nursing home neglect,
surgical malpractice, and
wrongful death malpractice.
Every state has its own regulations regarding medical malpractice that must be followed in filing a claim. For example, the State of California requires a physician to be named on a report if the settlement is on behalf of the corporation or group. If the care given involved a non-physician provider, then a report does not need to be filed with the Medical Board, but there may be reporting requirements to other professional licensing bureau. When a report is filed with the Medical Board of California, the Medical Board staff in the Central Complaint Unit then review the information to determine if a medical malpractice occurred and each physician named is given an opportunity to respond. Filing a claim can sometimes be confusing and it is important to make sure you file correctly the first time. To make sure you take the right steps in filing a medical malpractice claim, you need the legal advice of a seasoned medical malpractice attorney.
The first step in a medical malpractice case is a full review of all the evidence in your case. Mr. Weinberg has impressive skill and powerful resources to call upon to evaluate a serious injury case, and can tell you how he expects your case to move forward, and what could be expected with regard to a settlement, judgment or verdict. Physicians and other personnel have medical malpractice insurance, and the companies often employ high powered litigators to try to avoid paying a settlement. The firm is very familiar with all the tactics used in fighting for compensation for victims, and has appeared in over 100 superior court jury trials. His trial experience and talent is an important advantage in all types of medical malpractice cases.
Contact an Orange County medical malpractice attorney
from the firm as soon as possible if you or a loved one has been injured through medical negligence.