Why All Health Professionals Must Follow the Standards of Care
The Types Damages We Seek to
Recover From the Responsible Party:
- Property Damages and Depreciation Loss
- Past and Future Medical Expenses
- Past and Future Lost Wages
- Past and Future Pain and Suffering
- Past and Future Mental Anguish
- Past and Future Physical Impairment
The Insurance Claims Process
This firm works very hard to obtain just and fair compensation for every one of our clients. We do not view our clients as cases or files, but as injured individuals and families who have no recourse other than the law. Through no fault of their own, our clients were somehow injured by someone else who failed to follow the rules of the road. We will fight with the insurance companies on your behalf and seek the maximum amount recovery.
A hospital should not be but often is a dangerous place. We go to the hospital in our most vulnerable time; our time of greatest need. Trust and surrender are our only choices. When that trust is violated the consequences are often devastating. The medical community has a name for the unnecessary harm that hospital patients often suffer: Never Events. These are injuries that simply should never take place and only do when someone failed to follow the safety rules that apply to hospitals. Some of the most common "never events" include: surgery on the wrong part of the body; serious injury or death from medication error; stage III or IV pressure ulcers; death following surgery in a healthy patient; air embolism, assault while at a hospital or nursing home, injury from falls and many more.
Taking The Right Approach - Advocating for Community Safety
The Kemmy Lawyers spend a considerable amount of time in the courtroom, and in front of juries. However, going to trial can always be a risk. In recent years, insurance companies and other corporations have spent billions to run a remarkable propaganda campaign against trial lawyers and their clients. They have been so effective that jurors are now often suspicious of injured victims who have hired a trial lawyer to hold the wrongdoer accountable. However, with the right approach, we have found that when jurors actually hear about a legitimate injury caused by the violation of basic safety rules that we all depend on, they are fair and just with their verdict.