Hobbs Medical Malpractice Lawyer
If you or a loved one are the victims of medical malpractice, call The Fine Law Firm. Our skilled Hobbs medical malpractice attorneys will review your claim and tell you about any type of compensation available to you. At The Fine Law Firm, we dedicate our practice to advocating for the legal rights of injured New Mexicans.
The New Mexico medical malpractice attorneys at The Fine Law Firm are:
- Experienced helping victims recover compensation for medical malpractice injuries;
- Educated and knowledgeable in all areas of medical malpractice law; and
- Compassionate and understanding of victim needs and the struggles of recovery.
While money cannot erase the medical damages done, it can help ensure a stable financial future. Contact our office to learn more about the medical malpractice claims process today and schedule your free claim evaluation. We look forward to speaking with you and offering you individual legal guidance.
What a Hobbs Medical Malpractice Attorney Can Do for You
When you hire The Fine Law Firm, we stand by your side from start to finish. We will take the stress of the legal process off of you and direct you to any resources you may need to help you heal. Additionally, we will build and pursue your medical malpractice claim through:
- Conducting an investigation and gathering evidence;
- Interviewing any witnesses;
- Hiring needed medical experts;
- Taking needed depositions;
- Assessing financial damages, physical costs, and prognosis for recovery;
- Representing you in any negotiations;
- Taking your case to trial if needed.
At The Fine Law Firm, we never charge upfront fees and only collect our fees when we win your case. There are strict time limits to file a medical malpractice claim in New Mexico. Put your health first, and call The Fine Law Firm today.
What is Medical Malpractice?
Medical malpractice occurs when any healthcare professional deviates from the medically recognized standard of care in the treatment of a patient. Standard of care is a term used to define what a reasonably prudent medical professional would or would not do under the same or similar circumstances. Generally speaking, a malpractice claim exists if a provider’s negligence causes injury or damages to a patient.
It is important to note that not every medical error is medical malpractice. All medical professionals, even HMOs, and other health organizations, are subject to medical malpractice claims, including, but not limited to:
- Medical technicians;
- Physician’s assistants;
- Pharmaceutical companies; and
- Manufacturers of pharmaceutical devices.
Common medical malpractice claims include:
- Misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose;
- Birth injuries;
- Surgical errors;
- Medication errors;
- Lack of informed consent; and
- Anesthesia errors.
Compensation in a Medical Malpractice Claim
In a medical malpractice claim, the victim may is eligible to seek two types of compensation, economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages awarded in medical malpractice lawsuits are:
- All injury-related medical expenses;
- Lost wages; and
- Loss of earning capacity.
Non-economic medical malpractice damages may vary but often include:
- Pain and Suffering:
- Loss of Consortium:
- Disfigurement; and
- Loss of enjoyment of life.
At The Fine Law Firm, our Hobbs medical malpractice attorneys have a track record of proven results for our injured clients through jury trials and settlement negotiations. If you would like to know more about the potential value of your medical malpractice claim, call for your appointment today.
Victims should never pay for the mistakes of others. Especially when those mistakes were by trusted medical professionals.