MEDICAL MALPRACTICE LAW
Medical malpractice cases are usually complex and often require significant amounts of time, money and other resources just to survive defense efforts to defeat such claims early on in the process. For these reasons and more, many personal injury attorneys shy away from this type of work.
Our lawyers aren’t afraid to take on these difficult cases and possess both the skills and resources needed to see them through to a successful conclusion.
WRONGFUL DEATH & PARALYSIS
Medical providers are extremely well protected under California law and the threshold to establish that particular conduct raises to the level of medical malpractice is rather high. However, SROS does not shy away from taking on these difficult and complex cases, particularly when the injury results with a patient being paralyzed or their wrongful death.
While compensation for pain and suffering in medical malpractice cases is capped at $250,000.00, SROS is privy to numerous avenues that may be pursued to maximize compensation by taking into account future medical costs, if applicable, and/or loss of earnings (past and future). Please note medical malpractice cases generally have a one-year statute of limitations from the date of injury or the date the injury was discovered or should have been discovered.