Savannah Medical Malpractice Attorneys
It's More Than a Case, It's Your Life
An injury caused by those who were meant to care for you can be an overwhelming and distressing ordeal.
You’re not only in physical and emotional pain, but now you have significant, additional, and possibly ongoing medical bills to contend with.
If you’ve been harmed by a medical professional or other healthcare provider who provided reckless or negligent care, you have the right to demand justice. While we cannot eliminate the physical pain you may endure, we can help you obtain the resources necessary to secure your quality of life.
A Name You Know
There’s a reason you’ve heard our name. Our firm has 39 years of experience helping people injured by negligent medical care get the compensation they deserve after an injury. Montlick is committed to fighting for you.
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Unlike others in our industry, Montlick is fiercely committed to unquestionable ethics and has set the standard for integrity in personal injury law for 39 years.
The most important part of your journey is your recovery. We handle all aspects of your case so you can focus on healing. We will be by your side every step of the way.
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What Is Medical Malpractice?
Medical Malpractice is a complicated section of the law, and a poor medical outcome does not necessarily signify a viable medical malpractice case.
Additionally, medical malpractice claims are not necessarily restricted to doctors and can extend to physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, therapists, dentists, and medical specialists, such as dermatologists, neurosurgeons, cardiologists, urologists, etc.
Patients injured at the hands of medical professionals could be able to seek financial compensation for medical bills and pain and suffering, and more. At Montlick, we will diligently pursue appropriate damages for our clients including but not limited to past and future medical costs, lost wages and diminished earning potential, loss of consortium (when applicable), emotional distress and more.
Medical Malpractice Injury Lawyers Serving Savannah
Medical Malpractice Lawsuits
Unlike other types of personal injuries cases, medical malpractice cases are more likely than not to go to trial. That means you want a lawyer from the start who can investigate thoroughly and prepare the strongest case possible for the courtroom.
Every medical malpractice lawsuit is different, involving a combination of factors like the complexity of evidence, the cost of pursuing the claim, challenging legal issues, jurors’ tendency to trust doctors and more.
No case is resolved overnight, but your Montlick attorney will be there to help every step of the way.
Your Time to File a Georgia Medical Malpractice Claim Is Limited
In Georgia, the statute of limitations for medical malpractice claims is generally two years, although depending on the facts of each case, that time could be longer or shorter. Insurance policies often have notification deadlines as well. It’s important to contact a Montlick attorney as soon as possible so they can review your unique situation and advise you on how to protect your rights.
When You Need to File A Wrongful Death Claim
Firstly, we are so sorry for your loss. Montlick has represented countless families in wrongful death cases and we understand the difficulty of considering legal matters during such a time. That’s why we’re here –to handle the legal and insurance matters for you.
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It’s More Common Than You Think
Medical malpractice happens more often than most people realize. Each year thousands of cases are reported due to negligence regarding surgery, misdiagnosis, overprescription, poor aftercare, premature discharge, and more. In the United States, medical error results in 10% of all deaths. The reality of medical malpractice claims is startling:
- 21% of people have experienced medical errors
- Approximately 33% of medical malpractice claims are misdiagnosis errors
- Nearly 4,000 surgical errors occur yearly in the US
- Between 15-18,000 lawsuits are filed each year alleging malpractice or negligence.