Should I Hire a Medical Malpractice Lawyer?

Yes. If you’ve been the victim of medical malpractice, it’s essential that you contact a qualified attorney at The Ruth Law Team as soon as possible so we can meet filing deadlines and start the process of collecting evidence. The sooner we get started, the better chance we have of securing a fast and fair settlement in your case. ... read more?

What is the Cost to Hire a Medical Malpractice Attorney?

It’s natural to worry that you won’t be able to afford quality legal representation, but The Ruth Law Team won’t charge you a penny upfront. We work on contingency, which means if you don’t get paid, we don’t get paid. This, in addition to our incredible passion for justice, shows how committed we are to ensuring you get the compensation you deserve. When a settlement is reached, our... read more?

What Should I Do if I Suspect Medical Malpractice?

There are several things that you need to do if you suspect you have been the victim of medical malpractice. While your medical malpractice attorney will do most of the work of collecting evidence, you can get started by compiling medical records and billing statements. It’s a good idea to create a journal, as well, to note any details you may remember about the incident and to document your... read more?

Will My Medical Malpractice Case Go to Trial?

Our experienced medical malpractice attorneys will always try to reach a fair settlement out of court, but in some cases, this isn’t possible. If necessary, we are prepared to take your case to trial in an effort to recover maximum compensation. ... read more?

Do You Have Experience Taking Cases Like Mine to Trial?

The Ruth Law Team boasts over 40 years of experience in successfully settling cases like yours, both out of court and at trial. While we always try to reach a quick settlement, we also thoroughly prepare to fight for justice in the courtroom setting. ... read more?

What Types of Damages Can I Recover in a Medical Malpractice Case?

Laws regarding compensation can vary from state to state, but when it comes to medical malpractice cases, you’ll find that there are two main types of damages you may seek: monetary and non-monetary damages. These can include items like: Medical costsRehabilitation or physical therapyDisabilityLost wagesEmotional distressPain and sufferingLoss of companionshipFuneral expensesand more ... read more?

What is the Statute of Limitations to File a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?

Each state has its own rules regarding the statute of limitations to file medical malpractice claims. Both Florida and Georgia mandate that a medical malpractice suit be filed within two years of the date of injury, except in cases in which the injury is not discovered immediately, in which case the clock on the 2-year period may start when the injury is discovered. In Minnesota, the claim must... read more?

Why Should I Choose The Ruth Law Team to Handle My Case?

At The Ruth Law Team, we represent your best interests. Or top priorities are to secure a fast, fair settlement and to make the process as easy as possible. We’re always happy to come to you for your convenience, whether you’re at home or in the hospital. We’re available 24/7 to address every question and concern. We won’t receive a dime for our services until we secure compensation for... read more?

How do I know if I have a medical malpractice case?

Determining whether a health care provider may be liable for medical malpractice requires both legal and medical evaluations. You should consult with a experienced attorney if you suspect you have been the victim of medical malpractice so that the attorney can thoroughly and properly evaluate the legal and medical issues involved in your particular situation ... read more?

What damages can be recovered from a medical malpractice lawsuit?

Damages that can be recovered from a medical malpractice lawsuit include: Medical expenses for treating the injuries caused by the malpracticeDamages for pain and sufferingDisfigurement and disability damagesLost wages/loss of earnings In appropriate circumstances, law permits damages to be recovered by spouses, children and parents of negligently injured people for the loss of the love,... read more?