Michigan and Co-Counsel Nationwide
Heart Attack Lawyer
Heart disease is the number one killer in the United States.
If you or someone you love has been the victim of a delayed diagnosis of a heart attack, we may be able to recover money for you. We can help people anywhere in the United States. We are licensed in Michigan and we co-counsel with attorneys nationwide.
What are the key legal issues?
- Did the victim seek medical attention and did the care giver fail to recognize the symptoms as signs of a heart attack?
- If the medical condition had been diagnosed earlier, how would the outcome have changed?
Resolution of these key questions may require the careful review of medical records by one or more qualified medical specialists.
Contact our heart attack lawyers today for a totally free case evaluation. If you would like us to represent you in your electrical accident claim, simply fill out the free consultation form on the right.
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GorenLaw has years of experience dealing with personal injury and malpractice issues, and has recovered substantial amounts of money for our clients.
Do you have more questions? Would you like to discuss your situation with us? Visit our “Free Consultation” page or fill out the form on the right-hand side of this page. We want to help.
Frequently asked questions about Michigan heart attack cases
How much is my case worth?
This is a difficult question to answer and depends on many factors, including the law in the state where the injury occurred (some states have caps on the amount of damages that can be awarded in malpractice and other kinds of injury cases). The factors include how significant the damages are, how likely it is that our client will win the case, and what injuries the client suffered as a result of the Defendant’s wrongdoing. Also, a case is never worth more than the Defendant can pay. If the case is against an individual physician only, the value of the case may be limited by the size of the doctor’s insurance policy.
How long will the case take?
Each jurisdiction is different, but it is more common for a case to take a few years than it is to take a few months.
How much money will it take to pursue my case and who pays for those costs?
In almost all our cases, GorenLaw agrees to advance all the necessary case costs. Malpractice injury cases can be very expensive and can cost tens of thousands of dollars: Experts need to be consulted in many fields. They are paid a high hourly rate to read medical records, research issues, consult with heart attack misdiagnosis attorneys and give sworn deposition testimony. Besides expert consultants, money is generally spent purchasing medical records, paying filing fees and buying deposition transcripts of the witnesses who are interviewed under oath during the lawsuit. We understand that most individuals do not have the monetary resources to invest in a lawsuit, which is why we almost always take care of the costs.
Then how do the lawyers get paid?
We work on a contingent-fee basis, taking a percentage of the amount recovered to pay our fee. Remember: we never get paid unless you get paid.