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If you are already suffering from injuries or an illness, trusting a doctor or health care specialist to help you is often the chosen route to recovery. However, if that doctor misdiagnoses or mistreats you, your ailment can go untreated or even get worse. Medical professionals have been known to make mistakes due to oversight or negligence and, often times, these mistakes lead to traumatic or fatal consequences.

At Revill Law Firm, our team of experienced Birmingham medical malpractice lawyers can help you seek restitution and hold those liable for your injury or illness legally responsible.

Schedule a case evaluation today and share the details of your situation!

Who Is Liable in Your Case?

According to Alabama law, numerous kinds of health care professionals and entities can be held liable for medical malpractice, including: doctors, nurses, hospitals, psychologists, and many more. Both individuals and third party organizations can be held responsible for medical negligence and can have suits filed against them.

Your health care professional could be held liable for your injuries if they:

  • Failed to provide the correct treatment needed
  • Failed to diagnose or misdiagnosed you
  • Delayed treating you after you were diagnosed
  • Caused birth injuries due to negligence

If you were a victim to any of these situations, our personal injury law firm can help. Contact our team to get started on your case.

Why You Shouldn’t Wait to File Your Claim

It is important to contact a medical malpractice attorney in Birmingham right away if you believe you have been a victim of negligence by a medical professional. In the state of Alabama, claims for medical malpractice must be filed within a certain amount of time due to the statutes of limitations.

If you do not file within the allotted time after the incident or injury occurs, you could lose your opportunity to seek compensation for the wrongs that have been done.

Alabama statutes of limitations for medical malpractice claims state:

  • A claim must be filed within four years of the injury if the action involved a minor older than the age of four.
  • A claim must be filed before the victim’s eighth birthday if the action involved a minor under the age of four.
  • A claim must be filed within two years of the injury if the action involved an adult.
  • If the injury was not discovered right away, a claim must be filed within six months of the date the injury was or should have been discovered.

Due to the complex nature of medical malpractice law, contacting an injury lawyer to represent you is important if you would like to file a claim. At Revill Law Firm, we can help you recover the compensation you need.

Get Started Today – Call (205) 928-6544

Don’t wait to get representation—if you or someone you care about was the victim of medical negligence, contact our firm today. Our Birmingham medical malpractice lawyers are dedicated to the clients we represent. We recognize that our clients come to us at a stressful time in their lives, so we do what we can to make the process easier. Our top-rated legal team is available 24/7 to answer your questions and concerns.

Contact us online or call (205) 928-6544 today to learn more about how we can legally assist you with your case.