Once the statute of limitations expires, you can no longer pursue a medical malpractice claim. One year is not much time, and medical malpractice cases typically involve significant investigation before they can be filed in court. Sometimes, evidence needs to be preserved in a short timeframe, such as the testimony of a terminally ill malpractice victim. A qualified medical malpractice lawyer can guide you through initial steps and make sure that your interests are protected.
I was in a car accident. The insurance company only offered $2,500 to settle my car case. Attorney Allen Tittle took the matter to trial, and after four days, obtained a jury verdict of $75,000 which is 30 times more than what I was offered. He fights for his clients and obtains justice. I would highly recommend him.
Allen was professional, conscientious and well organized. Allen's research of my case produced results in which he was able to obtain a copy of a video from the grocery store and subpoenaed a witness that substantiated my claim and proved that I was in fact struck by the vehicle and injured, which he presented in the deposition. This resulted in a successful settlement in my favor
What I liked best about Tittle & Perlmuter was the prompt return of phone calls, always knowing when paperwork had been sent, and knowing I could call anytime and get my questions answered.