Connecticut Medical Malpractice Case Attorney

If you or your loved one has been injured, do not hesitate to Free Consultation at your convenience to discuss your case. In most cases, we do not charge any fees unless we recover compensation for you.

Telephone:
203-772-3100

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We Prepare Cases That Juries Can Understand

Medical malpractice cases can be extremely complex and technical. Our medical malpractice lawyers understand how to prepare medical malpractice cases, what experts to consult, and how to communicate our client's injuries and suffering so that a jury will understand and award fair compensation.

At Jacobs & Dow in New Haven, Connecticut, our attorneys have protected the rights and interests of injured people since the firm was founded in 1947.

The First Step Is to Obtain a Good Faith Opinion

Under Connecticut law, a preliminary finding of negligence on the part of the physician or hospital must be made before a medical malpractice lawsuit can be filed. After reviewing our client's treatment records, our lawyers send the records to a qualified physician for review. If that expert finds negligence, he or she will provide us with a "Good Faith" letter describing what happened to cause the injury and who was at fault.

When filing a medical malpractice lawsuit, our lawyers send the "Good Faith Letter" of our own expert to the party we are suing, so that it is clear our claim has merit. Once the lawsuit begins, our firm pays the costs of the case, including the expenses of trial if necessary.

Once the case if filed, our attorneys consult medical economists and life care planners in order to accurately quantify future costs associated with your injuries, including necessary medical treatments and lost income. In death cases we develop the evidence necessary to prove loss of financial and emotional support, loss of consortium on the part of the surviving spouse, and lost quality of life for the deceased. We quantify economic loss and illustrate the physical and emotional impact of non-economic losses so that insurance companies and juries will understand the true value of these injuries.

Ask for a Free Consultation With a Medical Malpractice Lawyer: 203-772-3100

To schedule an appointment and discuss your case and your legal options, contact our firm today. In addition to weekday office hours, we are open for client meetings on Saturday mornings and by appointment on Sundays, holidays and evenings.