Most people don’t deal with lawyers unless they’re doing something “big” – like buying a house or signing an important contract.
If you’ve been the victim of medical malpractice, you may not have considered hiring a lawyer. However, if you want to file a malpractice lawsuit, there are several good reasons to hire a lawyer.
These are some of the benefits of hiring a medical malpractice lawyer:
They’ll communicate with insurance companies on your behalf.
They can accelerate the claims process.
They’ll work to get you as significant a settlement as possible.
They have access to resources you don’t.
At Sommers Roth and Elmaleh, our malpractice lawyers have extensive experience with medical malpractice lawsuits.
1. Medical malpractice lawyers will communicate with insurance companies on your behalf
When you file a malpractice lawsuit, communicating with insurance companies can be exhausting. The insurance company may constantly be asking for more and more paperwork, to the point you consider just giving up on your lawsuit because you’re so exhausted.
This is one of the areas where a medical malpractice lawyer can make all the difference. A medical malpractice lawyer will take on the burden of communicating with insurance companies.
Because they are far more experienced at working with insurance companies, they can streamline the paperwork process and let you focus on healing.
2. Lawyers can accelerate the claims process
Another benefit of hiring a medical malpractice lawyer is that they can help accelerate the claims process.
Pursuing a lawsuit is not easy, especially if you have no experience with the law or lawsuits.
That’s why hiring a malpractice lawyer is beneficial if you’re filing a malpractice claim. A medical malpractice lawyer knows about all the different aspects of pursuing a lawsuit – such as hiring expert witnesses – which can help make it faster to settle your claim.
3. They will work to get you as big a settlement as possible
Most medical malpractice lawyers work on a “no win, no fee” basis—meaning if they don’t win your case, you don’t owe them anything. There are two reasons this benefits you:
Since lawyers don’t want to argue a case they have no chance of winning, they won’t waste your time or money if you don’t have a strong case.
They are motivated to get you a large settlement as they accept a portion of your settlement as their fees.
You deserve compensation if you’ve been the victim of medical malpractice – and a malpractice lawyer can help ensure you get it.
4. Lawyers have access to resources you don’t
Another benefit of hiring a malpractice lawyer is that they have access to resources you don’t. Malpractice lawyers have an extensive network and can reach out to:
Expert witnesses who can testify on your behalf.
Contacts with large insurance companies they can work with to speed up the process of examining your claim.
Other legal professionals who can provide them with support and guidance as necessary.
How can Sommers Roth and Elmaleh help me if I need a malpractice lawyer?
At Sommers Roth and Elmaleh, our malpractice lawyers have extensive experience with various malpractice lawsuits. Medical malpractice is our area of focus, and our sole goal is to ensure our clients get the compensation they deserve.
When you hire a malpractice lawyer from Sommers Roth and Elmaleh, you get:
Help from a malpractice lawyer who is a member of one of Canada’s leading personal injury law firms.
Guidance from a malpractice lawyer who can explain the different kinds of medical malpractice, such as misinterpreting laboratory results, prescribing the wrong medication, or unnecessary surgery.
Support from a malpractice lawyer to ensure that you get the financial compensation you’re entitled to. Compensation is vital if you’ve been the victim of medical malpractice and can be used to cover expenses such as therapy bills and home modifications.
Hiring the right malpractice lawyer for your medical malpractice is vital for winning your suit. Our malpractice lawyers have extensive experience winning medical lawsuits and will work hard to help you win yours!
You aren’t in this alone! Our malpractice lawyers will meet with you for a free consultation and advise you on proceeding with your lawsuit if they feel you have a strong case.
There Are So Many Benefits to Hiring a Medical Malpractice Lawyer
There’s a reason lawyers exist – it’s because the legal system is complicated to understand. If you’re pursuing a medical malpractice lawsuit, then you’ll get so many benefits from hiring a malpractice lawyer.
A malpractice lawyer will communicate with insurance companies on your behalf, speed up the claims process, and work to get you a large settlement.
And since malpractice lawyers tend only to get paid if you win your case, you’ll never be out any money whether you win or lose your case.
Choosing the right malpractice lawyer is crucial to the success of your medical malpractice case. At Sommers Roth and Elmaleh, our malpractice lawyers have lots of experience pursuing malpractice cases, and malpractice law is our area of specialization.
When you work with a malpractice lawyer from our firm, you get help from the best in the field. Our malpractice lawyers will be with you every step of the way as you pursue your malpractice claim.
Contact Us to Learn More About Hiring a Malpractice Lawyer
Contact us for a free consultation to learn more about how our malpractice lawyers can help you. Call us at 416-961-1212 or contact us online to learn about the benefits of hiring a malpractice lawyer.
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