By Dan Noll on November 3rd, 2017 in
If you have a malpractice case that’s been filed and litigated, your attorney should be actually calculating in the estimated cost of future medical treatment to any settlement that you might receive. Similarly, if you go to jury trial, the jury is going to hear evidence from an expert as to what kind of treatment you might need as a result of the medical malpractice.
Again, for example, if a surgeon or a physician misses some sort of diagnosis and you need to have subsequent surgery, subsequent chemotherapies or anything of that nature, an expert will probably come in and say what extra treatment you’re going to need. That would be have to be calculated into any type of malpractice settlement before you close the case.
If you are in need of medical treatment following malpractice, you should certainly contact an experienced attorney on the subject. Make sure when doing your research to ensure that the attorney you select is qualified and knowledgeable on the subject. The attorneys at Noll Law Office will fight for you every step of the way to ensure that your claims are ruled in your favor to get you the necessary coverage. Don’t hesitate if this is the case, contact us today!