Why Do You Hurt So Much? You Should Have Been Healed!
You trust your doctor to heal you and to help you on the road to recovery. Medical malpractice claims arise when that trust is broken, and the results are often catastrophic to you and your loved ones. The basis of a medical malpractice claim is that your doctor failed to provide the standard of care he or she owes you.
Your insurance coverage or ability to pay for services does not change your right to clean, safe, and effective health care from a doctor who treats your body with respect.
Keller Law LLP represents clients who have suffered serious personal injuries or wrongful death as a result of medical malpractice by a doctor, including:
Failure to diagnose stroke
Failure to diagnose cancer
Failure to diagnose AIDS
Misdiagnosis of a disease or medical condition
Anesthesia accidents or errors
Delays in providing medical treatment
Failure to provide medical treatment
Understand Your Claim
Your medical malpractice lawsuit can be very complicated. We want to simplify the process so you understand each part of your medical malpractice claim.
Keller Law LLP determines who should be held responsible for your injury. In some instances, the hospital that employs the doctor or the doctor’s support staff can also be held responsible for the negligible act.
Our fees for medical malpractice are contingent upon securing a successful financial outcome for your lawsuit. In other words, we assume all the financial risk up front. As your medical malpractice lawyer, I will devise an argument based on the facts of the medical issue and how your doctor handled it. I arrange for expert witness testimony. In the event you do not win, I will cover the expense for such witnesses.
If we do secure a settlement for your case with financial awards, my fees are calculated per the following breakdown, which is also outlined in my fee agreements.
Typically, we charge one-third (1/3) of the settlement or jury award.
We pay all expenses related to obtaining your settlement.
We pay other parties included in the settlement but not yet paid.
All of the rest of the award goes to you, the client.