Have you been injured due to hospital negligence in Atlanta and want to know about the possibility of medical malpractice case trial? Read this article.
Do most medical malpractice cases go to trial or do they settle before trial?
In most situations, one thing clients want to know about the medical malpractice case trial process from the beginning is whether a case will go to trial. As with any other type of personal injury case, there’s no way to know early on in the claim whether it will go to trial. Whether a case goes to trial is largely driven by how reasonable or unreasonable the insurance company is going to be with regards to compensation. If an insurance company is not going to be reasonable with regards to the amount of compensation that’s due, we often have to take the case to trial and put it before a jury to obtain compensation. Insurance companies do everything they can to keep as much of their money as possible. In a lot of situations, they make it as difficult as possible, which means that you have to go to trial. As with any other type of claim, however, the vast majority of claims get resolved and are settled before going to trial.
At the Gunnels Law Firm, we work up every case that we have as if we are going to trial so that we are ready in the event a case is called upon to go to trial. If the case settles, all the better, but we are always going to be prepared and ready to try any case that we have. If you have a medical malpractice case that you’d like to have evaluated and you need some assistance, please give us a call as early on in the process as possible so that we have plenty of time to evaluate that case and let you know whether it should be pursued.
We have handled a lot of different types of medical malpractice cases and encourage you to call our office if you or someone you loved has been a victim of any of the following types of medical malpractice cases. They include:
- A misdiagnosis case
- A surgical error case
- An anesthesia error case
- A medication error case
- A birth injury case
These are some of the most common types of medical malpractice cases that we have successfully handled in the past. There are subcategories of all of these cases such as amputation of the wrong body part under surgical errors, emergency room malpractice, and injuries to the brain arising from medical malpractice. These cases can be very complicated and leave you feeling confused about who is actually liable for your injuries and damages. Because of that, it is so important to hire a competent attorney early on.
If you or a loved one was seriously injured due to hospital negligence in Georgia, you may be wondering, “Do most medical malpractice cases go to trial?” Contact experienced Atlanta medical malpractice attorney Christopher Gunnels at The Gunnels Law Firm today to arrange a free consultation to discuss a medical malpractice case trial. Let our experience work for you.
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