Medical Malpractice Lawyers Murrysville, PA Knowledgeable Medical Malpractice Attorneys Dedicated to Recover Compensation for Patients Injured by Careless Medical Professionals in Murrysville, PA
Berger & Lagnese, LLC focuses on protecting and enforcing the rights of our clients who have been injured and harmed due to
medical malpractice committed by healthcare professionals in Murrysville and throughout Westmoreland County. Medical malpractice can occur in nearly any situation during the treatment process. For someone who doesn’t have experience in the fields of law or medicine, the concept of medical malpractice can seem daunting and difficult to grasp. If you suspect you or a loved one have been the victim of medical malpractice, it can be hard to know how to even begin the process of seeking compensation and justice for your injuries. This is why it is critical to have experienced, dedicated legal representation on your side.
We know that the financial compensation we obtain for our clients can positively impact their recovery from the malpractice they’ve suffered and put them on a better path moving forward. This is why we strive to provide each of our clients with the best possible legal representation. Our attorneys have decades of experience successfully representing clients who have been harmed by careless or reckless healthcare providers. Our firm has the resources necessary to fight back against insurance companies and defense law firms who may seek to minimize or avoid liability. If you believe you have a medical malpractice claim, contact our firm today so that we can begin the process of fighting for your right to financial compensation.
Kinds of Medical Malpractice Cases We Handle in Murrysville
The attorneys of Berger & Lagnese, LLC have decades of experience helping clients pursue medical malpractice claims. Our attorneys handle all kinds of medical malpractice claims, no matter how complex or difficult they may be for our firm to resolve. Examples of medical malpractice cases that our attorneys have pursued in the past include:
No matter the circumstances of your injury or illness arising from a medical provider’s malpractice, we can provide you with a free case evaluation so that you can understand your options for pursuing compensation.
Berger & Lagnese, LLC Aggressively Advocates for Maximum Compensation for Those Injured by Medical Malpractice
If you or a loved one have been harmed by a healthcare provider’s malpractice, we know that it can be difficult to know what to do next. Your time and energy are focused on your and your family’s physical and emotional recovery. This is why, when you retain the experienced medical malpractice attorneys of Berger & Lagnese, LLC, we are by your side throughout the process of pursuing your medical malpractice claim. We will work tirelessly and explore every avenue to get you the maximum amount of compensation that you are entitled to under the law. Our attorneys will work to pursue your claim by:
Collecting and examining your medical records, especially those records prepared by the providers who were negligent in your care Working with medical experts to establish the applicable standard of care in your case and to show how your healthcare providers failed to meet this standard of care Investigate whether your providers have a history of other malpractice claims or patient safety issues Negotiate with defense attorneys and insurance companies to obtain a fair and full settlement of your claim, if possible File a lawsuit on your behalf in court and prepare and file all other documents, if necessary Advocate to the court and the jury to obtain a verdict and judgment that provides you with the maximum amount of compensation Schedule a Free Initial Consultation
When you suffer a negative outcome in your treatment due to the careless or reckless actions of a healthcare provider you trusted, we understand that it can feel like a traumatic experience. We also know that no amount of compensation can fully put you back in the position you were in prior to the harm you suffered due to medical malpractice. However, our attorneys still fight to get you full compensation so that you do not have to suffer financial harm in addition to emotional and physical harm.
Contact Berger & Lagnese, LLC today to schedule a free case evaluation with one of our experienced Murrysville medical malpractice attorneys to discuss your case in detail and to learn more about how our firm can help you seek the compensation and justice you need and deserve. About Murrrysville, PA
Murrysville is a home rule municipality located in
Westmoreland County approximately 20 miles east of Pittsburgh. Settled in 1788 as Franklin Township, the community underwent multiple political and name changes during the 1970s, changing from a township, to a borough, and finally to a home rule municipality, and changing its name from Franklin Borough/Township to Murrysville Borough and ultimately the Municipality of Murrysville. Murrysville is the site of the U.S.’s first commercial natural gas well, the Haymaker Gas Well, struck in 1878. Located on the border between Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties, Murrysville has been designated as the “Gateway to Westmoreland County.” Frequently Asked Questions about Medical Malpractice Claims in Murrysville, PA FAQ: Do I need to go to trial to recover compensation from my medical malpractice claim?
Not necessarily. Most legal claims, including medical malpractice claims, are settled between the parties long before trial or even before the claim sees the inside of a courtroom. Healthcare providers are particularly motivated to settle medical malpractice claims to avoid the negative publicity that can surround a trial. However, our attorneys are always prepared to take your case to trial unless the responsible parties offer a fair and full settlement of our clients’ damages.
FAQ: What are “economic” and “non-economic” damages in medical malpractice cases?
Compensation in medical malpractice lawsuits falls into three categories — economic damages, non-economic damages, and punitive damages. Economic damages are a patient’s actual financial losses, including past and future medical expenses, lost wages and income, and lost earning potential. Non-economic damages are intangible, subjective losses that cannot be calculated by adding up bills or paychecks but are instead based on the loss of quality in your life. Finally, punitive damages, which are rarely awarded, are not meant as compensation for an injured party but instead are intended to punish a healthcare provider who committed malicious or especially egregious conduct.