Do You Have A Medical Malpractice Claim?

We trust our doctors, hospitals and medical providers with our lives. When they make a serious mistake that puts your health at risk, you need to take action to hold them accountable. In Tennessee, however, medical malpractice can be difficult to prove.

The attorneys at Davis, Kessler & Davis have extensive experience in personal injury law, including medical malpractice. These are just a couple things to consider before filing a suit for a medical malpractice claim.

Medical malpractice cases are difficult to win in Tennessee. While it can be devastating with a doctor makes any mistake when it comes to your health, Tennessee rules regarding medical malpractice are difficult to overcome. Before you even file suit, you need an expert testimony to say that no reasonable doctor would make the mistake your medical provider made.

Was there gross negligence? Medication errors and other minor mistakes are often not enough to prove gross negligence in a medical malpractice case. If your case involves serious surgical errors (such as having objects left in your body after surgery, or getting surgery done on the wrong part of your body), then you may have a valid claim worth pursuing.

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While medical malpractice cases are very tough, that shouldn’t stop you from pursuing them when you have a substantial claim. Surgical mistakes and other grossly negligent medical mistakes require talented representation to make sure you get the compensation you deserve.