At Plata Schott Attorneys and Counselors at Law, we represent people who have suffered a permanent disability due to medical error or negligence.
Hospitals and physicians care vary greatly in the quality of care that they provide. All practicing doctors and physicians must be licenses to practice, however, they do not all provide the same degree. If you or a loved one were treated by a doctor or physician and almost died, but have since fully recovered, unfortunately you do not have a medical malpractice or medical negligence case.
Substandard care that did not result in a permanent and/or serious disability is not a good case for medical malpractice litigation. In order to receive compensation for medical malpractice, the care you received must be negligent and that negligence or error must have caused a permanent and/or serious disability.
If you have a medical malpractice claim for injuries caused by a physician, hospital or surgical errors for any of the following: