Portland Medical Malpractice Attorney
While Miller & Wagner has an outstanding record of litigation success throughout Oregon and southwestern Washington, we recognize that the most aggressive, expensive and time-consuming litigation strategy might not always represent the best solution for a medical malpractice client.
If you enlist our law firm, our Portland medical malpractice lawyers will work closely with you to identify your goals, assess the strengths of your case, and give you a thorough understanding of your legal alternatives. Then we develop the legal strategy that best fits the demands of your legal situation and do our best to implement it effectively. In many cases, that means a relatively prompt settlement of your medical malpractice claims on favorable terms. In some cases, however, it means we'll be taking your case to court.
Contact Miller & Wagner in Portland for a free consultation about your potential claim for damages based on the negligent errors of doctors, surgeons, pharmacists, nurses or hospitals. Dave Miller has 35 years of experience with medical malpractice litigation and Bob Wagner has 33 years experience. Their insights can give you a good idea as to the strength or weakness of your claim. At the same time, their familiarity with the proof of complex medical facts can give you a significant advantage in cases ranging from the misdiagnosis of stroke to surgical errors.
We offer free consultations in all medical malpractice cases, and we only collect an attorney's fee if we recover damages on your claim through settlement or trial. Our practice is selective and concentrates on severe personal injury or wrongful death claims against medical professionals. By limiting the number of cases we accept, we're able to offer highly individualized service and close personal attention to the needs of each client.
Contact Our Portland Medical Malpractice Law Firm
For additional information about the scope of our medical negligence practice and our approach to client service, contact Miller & Wagner in Portland.
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