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What Makes A Good Medical Malpractice Case? | Scott J. Eldredge

February 14, 2019 | 1 min read

Medical errors are increasing in this country. Medical malpractice typically takes place when a surgeon, hospital, or other health care professional strays from the standard practices of their profession, which then results in the serious harm or death of a patient. While patients place trust and their lives in the hands of these medical professionals, medical malpractice cases remain all too common.

Burg Simpson shareholder, Scott J. Eldredge, focuses his practice on complex medical malpractice cases with emphasis on birth injury cases. He is the current president of the National Malpractice Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Eldredge has the experience and resources to handle your complex medical malpractice case.

When a surgical procedure or medical treatment leaves you sick or injured, it can be difficult to establish a medical malpractice claim. Our medical malpractice lawyers can help. Medical malpractice is a extremely complicated area of law.  It is worth pointing out that not every medical case that turns out poorly is a case of medical malpractice.  For more information on identifying when a provider’s mistake is severe enough to count as medical malpractice, see our Medical Malpractice FAQ.

If you or a loved one has been seriously hurt during the course of medical treatment, Burg Simpson’s medical malpractice attorneys are here to help. Call us at 303-790-2525 or fill our our FREE Case Evaluation Form.