These days it takes more than a standard personal injury attorney to win a bedsore or pressure sore lawsuit.
Experience Against Hospitals, Nursing Homes, and their Attorneys
It is important for a claimant to be represented by attorneys who are experienced in handling not only hospitals and nursing homes, but also insurance companies, institutional medical facilities, city agencies, and their counsel.
Qualified Bedsore Legal Teams
A standard personal injury attorney can not go it alone. Experienced bedsore attorneys use a team approach that includes expert witnesses, medical professionals, aggressive bedsore litigators, and even co-counsel. This will increase the claimant's chances of recovering a large monetary award. Without litigation and negotiation skills and experience in this area of personal injury victims may be leaving money on the table--or even a worse scenario of not getting a settlement for a bedsore or pressure sore injury.
There Should Be No Fee To Sue
You should not be required to pay large legal fees to have case tried. There should be no fees charged unless and until your case is handled successfully and completed and you are awarded money for your injury, pain, and suffering. There should be no charge to the client on any cases that are unsuccessful.
There should also be no fee for a consultation to assess the value or viability of a bedsore lawsuit.
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