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What Is Needed To Establish A Medical Malpractice Claim? Strong advocacy in state and federal court

What Is Needed To Establish A Medical Malpractice Claim?

Though it is the last thing we expect when seeking medical care, the truth is that preventable medical mistakes happen. When a patient is harmed in a hospital or clinic due to such a mishap, they have the option of filing a medical malpractice lawsuit. A successful legal claim will demonstrate the following:

  • The physician owed a duty of care
  • The physician breached their duty of care
  • The breach that occurred resulted in an injury to the patient

The laws regarding medical malpractice can be complicated. In order to effectively seek damages for your claim, it is critical that you turn to a lawyer who is experienced in this area. Our attorneys at Buzzard Law Firm have tried and settled many medical malpractice cases in the Lillington area, and we would be privileged to assist you.

We Are Experienced In Defending Victims’ Rights

When you go to the doctor, you are expecting the best care possible. If your visit takes a negligent turn due to a physician’s error, however, the effects can be lasting and painful. A dispute with a health care provider can feel like an uphill battle, and if you are reeling in the aftermath of a medical malpractice incident, you may not know where to turn.

Attorney Robert A. (Tony) Buzzard has recovered millions of dollars for patients harmed by medical errors. With almost three decades of experience handling medical malpractice cases, Buzzard Law Firm can give you the advocacy you need. We offer clients all over eastern North Carolina experienced medical malpractice representation.

If you have been wronged by a medical professional, our firm can protect your interests and make sure you receive fair compensation.

Our Attorneys Can Advise You Of Your Legal Rights

If you have suffered an injury because of a health care provider’s negligence, our lawyers want to talk to you. Call our Harnett County office today at 910-808-4069 to schedule a meeting to discuss your case. You can also email our firm for more information.