What Kind Of Involvement Will Your Medical Malpractice Case Take From You?
Few people aside from lawyers look forward to being involved in a lawsuit. When it comes to medical malpractice, a lawsuit can be emotional, taking time and energy for the victim who may still be recovering from an illness or injury or still grieving for a lost loved one. If you are contemplating a malpractice claim, you may wonder how involved you will have to be and if the effort and time involved are worth the emotional toll.
Attorney David Gray understands this question. At Gray Law, PLLC, he represents clients in all types of personal injury claims, including many medical malpractice claims. David will happily meet with you to answer your questions and explain the process, including what you can expect at each step. With over 30 years of experience helping injured clients, he knows the system and will offer you the personalized attention you deserve.
Your Contribution To Your Case Is Important
Generally, a successful medical malpractice claim – from start to finish – could take anywhere between two to three years to obtain a successful outcome. When you are suffering due to the negligence of someone else, the weight of your tragic injuries or situation can make facilitating medical record collection, recalling whether there were other witnesses or answering questions in a deposition seem overwhelming.
While David provides personalized and compassionate communication with each client, clients have to do their utmost to move their case forward, including getting the necessary follow up medical treatment, answering questions about the investigation, and being as transparent as they can be about how their life and living situation has been compromised since the date of the injuries.
David expects clients to cooperate as much as possible at all stages of the case preparation. Developing the best strategy for the case takes complicated planning. David wants to maximize the amount of financial compensation you have a right to receive. Although you can trust him to take care of the legal end of the process, he will need your help to help you.
No Fees Unless You Recover Damages
Gray Law, PLLC, represents all clients on a contingency fee basis. That means you pay no fees unless David recovers monetary damages for you, either through a settlement or at trial. Schedule a free consultation with him by calling his Louisville office at 502-205-7578 or by filling out his online contact form.