Wrongful Death Claims
Including surgical errors and failure to diagnose.
Doctors, nurses and others in the healthcare industry have a duty to meet acceptable standards of care in every transaction with a patient. When their failure to do so causes you harm, you have every right to pursue compensation for your injuries. However, seeking damages can be difficult without the help of an attorney — Maryland medical malpractice law is complex and often very confusing.
Give William C. McCaskill a call today at 240-766-8085 or fill out the online contact form to receive the help that you need.
Medical malpractice lawsuits frequently deal with:
Wrongful death and survival actions may also involve instances where medical malpractice occurred but the victim passed away before they were able to file suit.
While any error by a healthcare professional has the potential to cause significant harm, not all mistakes are considered medical malpractice. Medical malpractice claims must show, without a doubt, that the healthcare provider in question failed to meet acceptable standards of care as defined by the law and judged by their peers. As such, you need an expert witness to testify on your behalf during a malpractice lawsuit.
Attorney William McCaskill has an in-depth understanding of Maryland medical malpractice law and can meet with you to determine whether your injury was caused by medical negligence and whether it is worthwhile to pursue a claim. If he believes you do have a valid lawsuit, he works with expert witnesses and third parties to assess the true extent of your injuries and secure evidence to prove your case in court. William is dedicated to seeing your claim through to its ultimate resolution and doggedly pursues justice on your behalf.
If you or a loved one was the victim of serious personal injury accident, we want to provide you with the legal help you need. Please fill out our contact form or do not hesitate to call us at 240-766-8085. He operates his practice on a contingency basis. This means you pay nothing unless he wins your case.