Injuries caused by doctors, nurses or other health care practitioners are often both physically and psychologically devastating. You trust health care professionals will do what is best for your health and the health of your loved ones. When medical malpractice results in a serious injury, complication or death, that trust is broken.
We handle many types of medical malpractice claims including:
If a doctor, hospital or other health care professional provided you with substandard care by failing to properly treat you, diagnose your condition, advise you of treatment risks or provide appropriate care resulting in serious injuries, you need to seek legal counsel from a reputable law firm with extensive experience handling complex medical malpractice cases.
Since 2011 Canadian Lawyer Magazine has rated us one of the top personal injury law firms in Canada. Why? One of the reasons is that with more than 30 years experience helping families, we have one of the most experienced legal teams who practice medical malpractice law in Ontario.
We believe serious injuries require extraordinary efforts to get the best results. We treat our clients like a life and not just a file. When insurance companies learn we are on the case, they often re-evaluate their strategies because they know our personal injury lawyers are not afraid of the courtroom. This level of respect is a direct result of our expertise and the reputation we have earned over the years for always fighting as hard and as smart as we can on behalf of our medical malpractice clients.
Our personal injury lawyers will help you and your family through what can often be complicated medical malpractice cases with professionalism and compassion. We will consult medical experts to analyze what happened to you and determine who is responsible for your injuries. We never settle for anything less than what’s needed for you to get answers, and ensure you receive adequate compensation for your pain, suffering, damages and future needs.
From our blog:
For some parents and families of a child with a neurological disorder, there is a moment in time when they realize that something is not quite right. How you ask the question and where you can turn is often the greatest challenge. Brenda Agnew, from Three To Be moderates a discussion with Neil Sacks and Meghan Hull Jacquin in a two part webinar series to help you determine what you need to know about medical malpractice.
These webinars are interactive and all of your questions will be answered in confidence.
Click here to view the webinars.