How Much Does A Lawyer Cost?

No Recovery. No Fee.

We Win
You Win

When you’re working to recover after a serious injury, a team of doctors, nurses, physical therapists, counselors, and pharmacists are there to help you heal.

When a negligent or reckless person causes your injuries, a personal injury attorney is likewise there for you.

Each professional is there when you need them to provide valuable knowledge and services. As you’re working your way back to good health, you’ll grow to appreciate every member of your recovery team. You will also realize that your personal injury attorney is the one who’s willing to work on your behalf as long as necessary to ensure you are made whole financially.

No Fee.

Personal injury attorneys don’t charge for their services until they recover damages for their clients. Attorneys work to resolve liability, coverage, and damages issues, so injured clients can focus on healing.

No Hassle

Your justice isn’t contingent on ability to pay. We work on a contingency basis, which means that you will not have to pay any legal fees unless money is recovered for you.

No Risk

We offer free consultations with no obligations to discuss your potential claim. It’s peace of mind to know, if we do not win, you don’t owe use a thing. No recovery means no fee.

Here to make it right
when you've been wronged

It's A Family Thing

Protect Them

A misdiagnosis does not only affect one person; it can affect the entire family. Leaving not only you, but potentially your loved ones, grappling to move on from the drastic effects of a misdiagnosis whether it be delayed medical treatment, injury, or in some cases, premature death. 

Our trusted lawyers work to hold those at fault responsible, so that you and your family can feel supported and cared for as you work toward healing and recovery.

How do You Qualify For a Case?

If a doctor gave you the wrong diagnosis and your condition got worse,
you may have a valid medical malpractice claim.


What may qualify as Harm to a Patient?

Misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis may cause harm to the patient in a variety of ways, including:

  • Exposing the patient to more aggressive treatment than would have been required if the disease or medical condition had been diagnosed earlier
  • Needlessly exposing the patient to harmful courses of treatment (such as radiation or chemotherapy)
  • Performing unnecessary surgical procedures (especially where scarring or disfigurement results)
  • Increased likelihood of complications
  • Increased likelihood of death

Accurate & Timely Diagnosis

A patient might be able to pursue legal action by filing a medical malpractice lawsuit if they've suffer a harmful medical condition as a result of delayed or incorrect diagnosis.

medical standard of care

Would a similarly-trained doctor in the same medical community have spotted the health problem or identified it within a shorter period of time? If so, then you may have a case.

harm to the patient

If the doctor has failed to make the right diagnosis and the patient has suffered harm, then you may have a case.

We Will Walk You Through Every Step Of The Way

It’s not a slogan. When we fight for you, we’ll educate you about the legal system, your case, and your prospects.