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Frequently Asked Questions

New Hampshire Medical Malpractice Lawyer

How do I know if I have a case?
It is impossible to fully know until you have your case evaluated by a knowledgeable attorney. At Mulvey, Cornell & Mulvey, our legal team includes medical professionals that can comb through the medical reports, interview witnesses, and has a powerful knowledge of the correct protocol for any medical procedure. If you suspect that you or a loved one is a victim of negligence, contact our office at once.

How much could I expect in a settlement?
Every settlement sought is based upon the actual damages suffered by the victim, or in wrongful death cases, the losses suffered by the family. Each case must be evaluated to determine exactly what damages were suffered by the victim, both economic and non-economic. We are prepared to evaluate your case.

How long do such cases take to resolve?
Some medical malpractice cases require a trial to reach final resolution in a verdict. Many of our cases settle prior to trial, due to our careful case preparation.

What if a child is injured at birth through malpractice? What can we expect?
Many birth injuries are very severe, including permanent brain damage, cerebral palsy, Erb's palsy and brachial plexus injuries. If the child's life will be forever altered, the costs for the medical care and treatment, ongoing nursing care as well as the pain and suffering will all be part of a comprehensive claim filed on behalf of the injured child. Determining if there was a breach of duty in the case is critical when seeking compensation for damages in a medical malpractice lawsuit.

What if I was harmed by a prescription?
Many prescription medication errors are later determined to have cause damage to the innocent patient. When this is the case, not only will the manufacturer be named in the case, but it is likely that the medical facility and the physician involved may also be named. It depends on whether the doctor failed to note that the victim was likely to have a negative reaction to the medication, and should have known.

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