Due to our high standard of care in the U.S., many people trust their doctor implicitly. As they should—doctors are trained for years in order to provide patients with effective, safe treatment. However, not all doctors operate at the same level of quality. Doctors are still human, and their errors can result in lifelong disability or even death. Medical malpractice errors include, but are not limited to, the following:
Let our firm help with your case—call us today at (505) 395-5575.
These errors are referred to as a “failure to provide a reasonable standard of care”—also known as medical negligence. If a doctor’s negligence led to your injury or the death of a loved one, you deserve to hold them legally liable for your injuries.
That means demanding compensation for:
Medical malpractice cases are always difficult. They are expensive, require a much higher burden of proof on the plaintiff, and are designed to favor healthcare providers. Proving malpractice takes the full creativity, skill, and resources that a seasoned attorney has to offer. To be frank, many lawyers simply do not have the time or resources to conduct these cases effectively. That’s why Hampton & King devotes our practice to these cases.
We understand how meaningful our work is to our clients. Medical malpractice cases can mean the difference between a life of financial security and a life of struggling to make ends meet. That’s why we pour our full attention and legal insight into every case we take on—you trust us, and we honor that trust with our skill. Our firm takes particularly pride in taking on cases that other attorneys have turned away. We have again and again secured compensation for clients who were told they had no hope for a case. That is why we do what we do.
Clients trust in our representation for the following reasons:
At the law firm of Hampton & King, we can provide the experienced and skillful representation you need. Our attorneys have over 5 decades of combined experience in personal injury and medical malpractice law, and we have the resources to cover the costs for our clients—at no risk to them. Because we finance all litigation on a contingency fee basis, clients only pay attorney’s fees if we win them a jury award or settlement.
Speak with our New Mexico attorneys to discuss your case—schedule a free consultation today.