Charlotte Medical Malpractice Lawyer
The Charlotte medical malpractice team from Anastopoulo Law Firm is here to help if you suffered injuries due to medical negligence. Our Charlotte Medical Malpractice Lawyer Team serves families in Charlotte, greater Mecklenburg County, and beyond.
Most importantly, if your injuries or worsening illness occurred because of medical malpractice, you may be able to recover compensation. Whether it be for your treatment, lost wages, and other financial and intangible impacts. Our team will review your legal options with you and explain how a Charlotte medical malpractice lawyer with our firm can help during a free consultation today.
Recoverable Damages in a Charlotte, N.C., Medical Malpractice Claim
If you suffered preventable injuries, a worsening illness, or other negative effects of a medical care provider’s careless actions, you could recover compensation through a malpractice claim. Furthermore, this compensation could cover:
- Medical treatment and additional care costs
- Future care needs
- Lost wages and other income
- Diminished earning ability for long-term injuries
- Miscellaneous related expenses
- Pain and suffering damages
- Other non-economic losses
Hence, when you hire us, our services include reviewing the damages you suffered and calculating their value. So, you will not have to worry about undervaluing your claim.
What If My Loved One Passed Away from Their Injuries?
If you lost a family member due to medical negligence, you may be able to file a medical malpractice claim based on their wrongful death under G. S. § 28A-18-2.
At Anastopoulo Law Firm, we can determine if you qualify to take this type of legal action or who can act on behalf of your family. Additionally, our team can analyze the details of your loved one’s death to identify the liable parties and handle the claim for you. Recoverable damages in a wrongful death case could include:
- Funeral and burial costs
- Medical expenses
- Lost income and future lost wages and benefits
- Loss of services
- Intangible losses your family endured
A Liability Limit Exists on Non-Economic Damages
Under G. S. § 90-21.19, you may not be able to take home compensation for all the non-economic damages you experienced due to malpractice. This statute creates a liability limit on intangible losses, which could affect your payout.
Undoubtedly, our team can help you understand how this applies to your case and work to mitigate its impact on the compensation you receive.
For a free legal consultation with a medical malpractice lawyer serving Charlotte, call 803-222-2222
Our Team of Attorneys Can Manage Your Charlotte Medical Malpractice Claim
Our personal injury lawyers have years of experience handling cases for injury victims. When we represent you, we will identify the negligent parties in your medical malpractice case and build a claim or lawsuit against them.
Over the last quarter of a century, we have recovered millions* of dollars for our clients, and we may be able to seek compensation for you. Moreover, as a part of representing you in a Charlotte medical malpractice claim, our lawyers will:
- Keep you up to date about the case’s progress
- Manage all claims-related communications with the insurer, liable parties, and others
- Gather evidence to prove your case for awards
- Identify the liable parties
- Value your losses and determine a fair settlement range
- Represent your best interests
Our team may be able to settle your claim without suing the doctor or hospital, but we will take the case to trial if we need to do so to pursue your financial recovery.
Additional Benefits of Hiring Our Medical Malpractice Team
We provide complimentary consultations to victims of medical malpractice in Charlotte, and our firm does not charge a retainer or other upfront fees. It should be noted you will never pay anything unless we get a financial recovery for you.
Additionally, we will visit with you in your home, a hospital, or our Charlotte office to discuss the details of the case. Our Charlotte office is located at:
525 North Tryon Street, Ste. 1600
Charlotte, NC 28202
Charlotte Medical Malpractice Lawyer Near Me 803-222-2222
Understanding Medical Malpractice
While doctors and other medical practitioners are human and do make mistakes, medical negligence is common. It occurs when the care provider fails to adhere to an acceptable standard of care for their patients, and injuries occur as a result. So, these injuries could come from:
- Misdiagnosis and incorrect treatment
- A missed or delayed diagnosis
- Surgical errors, including wrong site or wrong side surgeries
- Failing to treat an injury or illness properly
- Medication errors, including prescription and non-prescription drugs
- Birth injuries
Our team can help you determine if you were a victim of medical malpractice during a free case assessment. Therefore, to prove medical negligence occurred, we must call in experts who have similar training and experience in your doctor’s field in the greater Charlotte area. They will review the medical records and other evidence and provide testimony about the case.
Our team has a network of physicians we can call on to support our clients in these cases. We will work to identify the best option for your case and use their knowledge to develop a strong argument for compensation.
Time Limits Vary Depending on the Details of Your Medical Malpractice Case
North Carolina law includes several deadlines for suing a doctor or hospital for medical malpractice. These deadlines depend on the specific facts of your case. For example:
- Under S. § 1-15, you have two years from the date the malpractice occurred or one year from the date you discovered your injuries.
- S. § 1-17 states, minors who suffer birth injuries caused by malpractice could have a decade to take legal action.
- Under S. § 1-53, families who lost a loved one to medical malpractice have two years to sue in a wrongful death claim.
Additional deadlines could apply in some cases, such as if you sue a municipal hospital or other government institution.
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Speak to a Team Member About Your Legal Options Today for Free
You can talk to a team member from Anastopoulo Law Firm about your potential Charlotte medical malpractice claim for free today. We provide these complimentary consultations so that you can learn more about your rights and what you can do to hold the negligent parties accountable.
Call (800) 777-7777 now to get started. We have home and hospital appointments available for those still undergoing treatment.
*Each case is different and must be evaluated on its individual facts. Prior results do not guarantee that similar results will be achieved in future cases.