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If you think your doctor made a mistake, a medical malpractice attorney may be able to help you hold them accountable. Although physicians cannot guarantee every procedure will go as planned, they can follow accepted, evidence-based standards of care, thereby reducing the risk of patient injury along the way.
During your first meeting with a seasoned lawyer, you’ll discuss what happened, including the ways in which you think your provider was negligent. You should be prepared to answer all kinds of questions about the incident. Once your attorney understands the facts of the case, they can help you determine how best to proceed.
At the end of the meeting, you’ll get the opportunity to ask questions of your own. This is your chance to confirm whether taking action has the potential to be financially viable and, if so, whether you’ve found the right attorney(s) to represent you.
To ensure you don’t forget any of your questions, it’s wise to write them down in advance and bring the list with you to the consultation. Here’s a list of some of the most important questions that will be worth asking:
In addition to writing a list of question, compiling various documents to bring to your initial consultation will ensure the meeting is as productive as possible. If you have any of the following, make copies for yourself, and then bring the originals with you to the law firm for safekeeping:
At Hodge & Langley Law Firm, we are dedicated to ensuring safe medical practice in our community and to holding negligent providers accountable for any unreasonable acts or omissions. If you or someone you love suffered serious injuries from a medical error that could have been prevented, we’ll help you gather the evidence needed to prove it so you can bring a lawsuit for damages. Call 864-585-3873 or fill out our Contact Form to schedule a free case review with a medical malpractice attorney in South Carolina.
Submission of information in this contact form does not establish an attorney-client relationship. In order to establish such a relationship with our firm we require a direct meeting with the attorney.