Medical Providers make mistakes, it's a fact that most people hate to even consider, but it is true.  Healthcare providers make errors and sometimes those errors have catastrophic consequences for real people.  When you put your faith and trust in a healthcare worker and that person doesn't take the due care necessary to protect your health, that person and their employer need to be held accountable.  For the system to function correctly and to protect future patients from similar harm, patients that are injured or harmed due to medical malpractice need to bring attention to healthcare workers mistakes.  Bringing to light the deficiencies in the system that caused you harm or the poor performance of a provider, saves lives and prevents injuries to others.  The attorneys at Roth Davies, LLC help clients injured by healthcare workers and the companies that employ them. 

If you or a loved one has suffered harm due to medical negligence, we are here to help. Medical malpractice is a serious issue that can have devastating consequences for victims and their families. It is important to hold healthcare providers accountable for their actions and seek justice for the harm that has been caused.

Our team of experienced Johnson County Medical Malpractice Lawyers is dedicated to helping victims and their families navigate the complex legal process and fight for the compensation they deserve. We understand the challenges and emotional toll that medical malpractice cases can take on victims and their loved ones, and we are committed to providing compassionate and effective legal representation. We have a proven track record of success in handling medical malpractice cases and have successfully obtained significant settlements and awards for our clients. We are knowledgeable about the laws and regulations that apply to medical malpractice in Kansas and have a strong understanding of the Johnson County legal system.

If you believe you or a loved one may have a medical malpractice case, we encourage you to contact us for a free consultation. During this consultation, we will review the details of your case and advise you on your legal options. There is no obligation to move forward with a lawsuit, but we are here to provide you with the information and guidance you need to make an informed decision. When hiring a lawyer to pursue a claim of medical malpractice there are several things to consider below is a list that may help you find the right lawyer for the job.

Top 10 Things to Consider when Hiring a Medical Malpractice Lawyer

  1. Experience: A medical malpractice lawyer with a strong track record of success in handling cases similar to yours is likely to be well-equipped to handle your case.

  2. Knowledge: A lawyer who is knowledgeable about the laws and regulations that apply to medical malpractice cases and has a strong understanding of the legal system is essential.

  3. Reputation: Look for a lawyer who has a good reputation in the community and is known for being honest and ethical in their practice.

  4. Communication skills: A lawyer who is able to clearly and effectively communicate with you about your case is important, as you will need to feel comfortable discussing sensitive and personal information.

  5. Compassion: A lawyer who is empathetic and compassionate towards your situation and who is committed to fighting for your rights is essential.

  6. Resources: A lawyer who has the resources and support staff needed to handle your case effectively is important, as medical malpractice cases can be complex and time-consuming.

  7. Fees: Be sure to understand the lawyer's fees and any other costs associated with your case before you hire them.

  8. Expertise: Choose a lawyer who has expertise in medical malpractice law and has a thorough understanding of medical terminology and practices.

  9. Trial experience: A lawyer who has experience litigating medical malpractice cases and is comfortable taking a case to trial if necessary is important, as these cases can often be resolved through settlement negotiations.

  10. Personal recommendation: Seek recommendations from trusted sources, such as friends or family members who have had a positive experience with a medical malpractice lawyer.