Medical professionals have a duty and obligation to provide you with reasonable care. When medical malpractice occurs, it can change your life forever and you need to know your rights. When a medical professional is negligent they have committed malpractice.
If you suspect you or a loved one are the victim of medical malpractice you need to act quickly.
- Malpractice cases have short deadlines and more often than not, take a long time to prepare for.
- The more time that passes, the chances for vital evidence to be compromised increases which could impact your case.
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The Harman Law Firm Attorneys: Experienced with “MedMal” Cases
Let the experienced team of personal injury attorneys at the Harman Law Firm navigate you through the complex issues of a medical malpractice case. The Harman Law Firm handles cases in the Atlanta and Augusta areas involving the negligence of physicians, hospitals, and other health care facilities and providers.
This website has information on many different types of medical malpractice matters. Explore the pages on this site’s drop down menus located on the homepage, as well as our blog for timely news updates on medical malpractice.
At the Harman Law Firm, we have experience in a wide range of medical negligence and the resources to handle your case.
Malpractice or “Bad Outcome?”
Not every medical complication is caused by medical malpractice, but if you have any concern you should seek legal advice to learn your rights and options. The attorneys at the Harman Law Firm will take the time to conduct a thorough investigation of your accident to determine if you have a case.
Our clients are our number one priority, and it’s our goal to provide you with the resources you need to understand your legal rights. Our legal team is ready to answer your questions. Contact the Harman Law Firm today.
We believe every patient deserves the right to justice if harmed. Sometimes that means taking a case to court, sometimes that means agreeing to a settlement. But at the Harman Law Firm, we are not quick to make a settlement just to move a case through. Each patient and their case is unique and it is our mission to find justice in whatever method is best for the patient and their family.