Personal Injury & Malpractice

Laws pertaining to personal injury, malpractice and nursing home malpractice cases have undergone dramatic changes during the past several years.  It is important to understand these changes to allow you to achieve the best result in your case. 

I welcome the opportunity to help you and promise to maintain an absolute open line of communication.  I fully respect the fact that this is your case, not mine, and will work hard for you from day one until your case has concluded.  I have experience in these cases dating back to 1986. 

Personal Injury; Negligence

A claim arises for recovery in a personal injury case when you are injured as result of the negligence of another party.  Compensation can be received for medical bills, lost wages, property damages and other out-of-pocket expenses, including future expenses, incurred as result of the incident.  Additional compensation can be recovered for extended or permanent injury, as well as pain and suffering in the present and in the future.

Special attention has to be given to laws which dictate the legal liability of a party in a personal injury case as well as insurance issues which effect your ultimate recovery.    My goal is to keep you fully informed as to these issues and take whatever steps are necessary to maximize your recovery.  We will work together to achieve the best result in your case.

Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home Malpractice Lawyer

Doctors make mistakes.  Nursing home care sometimes does not meet up to expectations.  It is unfortunate, but it happens.  The sad reality is these mistakes can have a profound impact on the future economic well-being of the victim.  Compensation can be received to address these wrongs.  Medical professionals can be held accountable for the economic consequences of their actions.

Laws have also changed dramatically regarding malpractice cases.  Strict guidelines exist regarding the timing of the filing of these actions, as well as the parties who have to be included in an action.  There also exists a need for preliminary investigation before a case can even be filed against a medical professional.

Do not even think of trying to confront a medical or nursing home malpractice case without the assistance of a competent attorney with whom you have a good relationship.  There are often many nuances to these cases which need to receive attention.  You need to know what is going on with your case and to have an open line of communication with your attorney.  While sometimes tricky, you will receive the best result if you are involved in your case, your attorney helps you understand what is going on at all times.

Dean A. Colovas

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