Seeking Maximum Compensation After A Debilitating Injury
Has your ability to earn a living been altered or diminished because of hospital negligence? Do you have permanent injuries that could have been prevented with competent medical care? In these cases, our medical malpractice attorneys in Indianapolis help you seek compensation for your injuries.
Findling Park Conyers Woody & Sniderman, PC, focuses on malpractice litigation. A lifelong disability caused by hospital negligence is incredibly difficult on families, both emotionally and financially. Our lawyers assess the strength of your case and determine the best course of action in obtaining the maximum compensation possible.
What Constitutes A Permanent Injury?
Permanent injuries refer to long-lasting and often irreparable physical and mental injuries that significantly affect a person’s ability to work, enjoy a high quality of life or participate in daily activities. A permanent injury can have catastrophic effects on a person’s finances because of the high costs of long-term medical treatment. Financial hardship increases with the loss of income from being unable to work.
Some common examples of permanent injuries resulting from negligence include:
- Spinal cord damage
- Loss of vision
- Amputation of limbs
- Brain trauma
We Have The Knowledge And Resources Necessary
Not all injuries qualify as grounds for a medical malpractice lawsuit. However, a person who has suffered a permanent injury as a result of delayed diagnosis, surgical error or another form of medical negligence often has a claim to financial compensation from that medical institution.
With more than 73 years of combined experience navigating the complexities of Indiana’s medical malpractice law, we can provide our clients with vigorous representation. Let us assist you in fighting for your rights to compensation as a result of medical negligence.
Consult With Us For Free
The attorneys of Findling Park Conyers Woody & Sniderman, PC, have the knowledge and experience to see your case through from beginning to end. Our office is located on the corner of Ohio and Pennsylvania across from the federal courthouse. Home and hospital visits are available. Payment is based on a contingency fee structure.