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The Experienced Advocates You Need In Medical Malpractice Cases

People who suffer injuries from medical malpractice may find that their lives are permanently changed. They may have a life-threatening illness that was misdiagnosed. They may be severely injured in a surgical procedure. Their child’s health may be at risk because of medical errors before or during birth.

These are terrible ordeals that no one should have to experience. At Noland Law Firm, LLC, in Macon, we understand how upsetting these cases are. Our caring Georgia personal injury attorneys have represented many people in medical malpractice cases throughout the state. We have the knowledge, experience and skill necessary to manage these complex cases. You can rely on us to zealously protect your rights and seek the compensation you need. Learn more by scheduling a free consultation with us.

We Represent People In Many Types Of Medical Malpractice Cases

Medical malpractice cases cover a broad range of issues such as:

  • Birth injuries
  • Medication errors
  • Misdiagnoses/delayed diagnoses
  • Failure to diagnose cancer, heart conditions, stroke
  • Surgical errors
  • Anesthesia errors
  • Emergency room errors
  • Doctor or nurse negligence

This is not an exhaustive list. Please contact us if you do not see your type of malpractice listed above.

You Need A Firm With The Experience And Resources To Build A Case

Medical malpractice cases are challenging. Sometimes a bad outcome, even a tragic one, is not malpractice. We must prove that the health care provider did not act within the accepted standard of care and that there was a significant injury as a result. To accomplish this, we work with a network of medical experts to craft a strong case. We know what types of evidence juries need to see. Our thorough work preparing cases often results in a settlement without the need for a trial. We do, however, know when it is better to take a case to trial and are ready to do so.

We will aggressively pursue the compensation you need for past, present and future losses, including:

It is crucial that your attorney understands how to calculate your losses. An accurate valuation of the case is key to ensuring that you and your family can recover financially from the incident. When appropriate, we work with financial experts, life-care planners and medical experts to value cases.

Getting Answers To Your Questions Is The First Step

To learn how we may be able to help you and your family, please call 478-216-3043 or fill out a short intake form. Your consultation is free, and we can meet by phone, by video conference or in person.

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