Health Care Attorneys

Why hire a Health Care attorney?

A health care lawyer can help you discover the medical services available to you and how you can pay for them. If you have issues related to Medicaid or Medicare, or medical expenses, be sure to ask a health care attorney in your area for advice. Health care attorneys can also defend health care providers against disciplinary complaints. They can defend claims and also consult on injury cases.

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Did You Know?

In 2010, the percentage of Americans without health insurance was 16.3%, which roughly equaled 49.9 million people who were uninsured.
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If you have health insurance, auto insurance, homeowners insurance, or business insurance and you suffer a loss, a good insurance lawyer can conclude if your loss resulted from a risk for which you were insured. If an insurance company tries to deny your claim, your lawyer will determine if you have a case and will then advocate on your behalf.

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Personal Injury

Whether you have been injured in an automobile accident or during a medical procedure, a skilled personal injury attorney will not only handle your case but will also deal with the insurance companies, A personal injury lawyer can help you get compensation for your injuries so that you can move on with your life.

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Medical Malpractice

If you are injured because of medical negligence during a hospital, clinic, or doctor’s office visit, you may need to hire a medical malpractice attorney. Medical malpractice has a statue of limitations, so you will want to file a claim soon after the incident. A medical malpractice lawyer will find out if you have a practicable case, and will do a thorough review of your case to make sure you are fully compensated.


Nursing Home Abuse

When a nursing home has neglected or abused your loved one, serious injury or even wrongful death can result. Victims and their relatives are subject to compensation for injury suffered and medical expenses. To receive just compensation, contact a nursing home abuse lawyer with extensive experience in this area. Your lawyer will also know how to apply the state laws that are in place to protect vulnerable nursing home patients.