Medically Related Injuries


Holding health care providers accountable for their mistakes

Health care providers are treated like heroes, and rightly so. But let's face it, they are employees working long shifts in a fantasitcally stressful, busy work environment just like anyone else and subject to the same frailties as any other type of worker. The difference is that, when they make mistakes, catastrophic results may result. Like anyone else, health care professionals are responsible for their actions and their mistakes. Do not assume automatically that "they did everything they could" just because a hospital or clinic employee tells you so; if you have concerns whether you or your loved one received proper medical attention, contact us today to set up a free consultation to analyze the facts of your case and discuss your options.

No one likes to bring a legal action against their health care provider. But the law is clear that health care professionals have a higher duty of care to their patients than common commercial partners. You wouldn't hesitate to bring an action against a negligent store owner if you slipped and fell in their establishment and injured yourself as a result of their gross negligence. Similarly, when a health care professional fails in their duty to provide you with reasonable care, the law holds them accountable and the injured party is entitled, legally and morally, to a legal remedy.

There are important steps you must take right away to protect a claim against a health care worker. Don’t jeopardize your rights by putting off a claim that requires filing before a deadline passes. Call Perez & Perez Law, PLLC and we can provide a free one-hour consultation to review your case. We will handle every aspect of your case and you will only pay a fee if there is a recovery.

 You have only one opportunity to get justice. It’s important to get the right attorney from the start, someone who is relentless, passionate, and intelligent. Call Perez & Perez Law, PLLC and get their entire team on your side.