Medical Malpractice Attorney

We Protect Victims of Medical Malpractice

Medically Related Wrongful Death

Until recently, prior to filing a lawsuit against a medical provider who committed medical malpractice, a claim first had to be presented to the Medical Dental Screening Panel ("the Panel"). The Panel consists of doctors, attorneys and hospital administrators. After...

Las Vegas Brain Injury Attorney

The brain is considered a vast human computer that controls the automatic and higher functions of the body. If you know someone who was involved in an automobile accident, work-related injury, or accident in the home through no fault of their own, and if that person...

Paralysis, Spinal Cord or Spinal Injury in Las Vegas

Paralysis can be a temporary or permanent loss of motor or sensory functions following, but not limited to, injury of the nerves, spinal injury or brain. Spinal injuries can include a broken neck, as well as fractures and dislocations of the vertebra. Such fractures...

Las Vegas Hospital Liability Legal Representation

In cases where its employees and staff have been negligent in providing medical treatment, hospitals, just like physicians, can be held legally responsible for a patient's injuries, or for medical malpractice performed there. Previously, Hospital Liability claims...

Mistakes Made During Surgery

Negligence in this context essentially means the failure of the health care provider to use the reasonable care, skill or knowledge ordinarily used by health care professionals under similar circumstances. If you or someone you know believes that there were mistakes...

Informed Consent

Informed consent is where a physician or medical provider has a duty to disclose what a reasonably prudent physician in the medical community would disclose to his or her patient concerning the risks which might be incurred from a proposed course of treatment. The...

Medical Malpractice

In medical malpractice cases, negligence means the failure of the doctor, hospital or health care provider to use the reasonable care, skill or knowledge ordinarily used by health care professionals under similar circumstances. Until now, these cases have all fallen...

Medical Malpractice

In medical malpractice cases, negligence means the failure of the doctor, hospital or health care provider to use the reasonable care, skill or knowledge ordinarily used by health care professionals under similar circumstances. Until now, these cases have all fallen...

Practice Areas

Our firm handles a variety of personal injury claims. For more information, please see our full list of legal services contained below. If you need help now, or for further assistance call us at
702-734-3936

Medical Malpractice Claim

You have the right to file a lawsuit in District Court without having to appear before the Panel. In most cases, this is very advantageous, as it helps reduce the costs of litigation and aids in getting the case to trial in the shortest time possible.

We handle Medical Malpractice

If you think you may have a claim for medical malpractice, or for wrongful death on behalf of a loved one, you should consult with our experienced attorneys to discuss your legal rights in greater detail.

Until recently, prior to filing a medical malpractice lawsuit against a medical provider who committed medical malpractice, a claim first had to be presented to the Medical Dental Screening Panel (“the Panel”). The Panel consists of doctors, attorneys and hospital administrators. After submission of written materials by the claimant and the respondent, the Panel would determine whether or not a reasonable probability of medical malpractice existed. The conclusions of the Panel are not binding. That is to say, a lawsuit may be filed regardless of the findings of the Panel, but with certain potentially adverse consequences. Occasionally, tthe Panel can sometimes help the parties resolve disputed claims without the necessity of going to trial.

This requirement has now changed, so you should get legal counsel before proceeding. In cases involving wrongful death, a representative or heir is appointed to act on behalf of the deceased’s estate. Once the appointment has been made, suit can be filed in District Court on behalf of the loved ones who have been left behind.

With over 65 years of combined legal experience, we have the resources, expertise and legal knowledge it takes to protect your legal rights.

Please call our law office at 702-734-3936 or fill out the form and we’ll contact you.

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