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Doctors don’t have to be perfect. They must, however, follow the recognized standard of care. If you’ve suffered an injury because doctor, nurse, therapist or other healthcare professional fell short of that standard, the medical malpractice attorneys at Callison Tighe might be able to help.
Our lawyers don’t take medical malpractice lawsuits lightly. We believe that all professionals must have room to exercise their best judgment. We also understand the difference between being incorrect and being negligent.
There are many situations where medical mistakes could have and should have been prevented. These include situations where professionals fail to:
- Keep up on education and developments in their fields
- Order thorough testing because they’re rush, lazy or arrogant
- Follow accepted standard of care
Medical malpractice attorneys at Callison Tighe
Callison Tighe has represented clients in truly tragic situations. A husband who lost his wife after a doctor failed to diagnose a condition, leading to the woman’s death from malnutrition. A young man rendered a “locked in” quadriplegic, unable to speak but entirely aware of his surroundings, after a doctor’s negligent mistake.
We understand the level of proof needed to help clients recover financially in these and other situations. Often, we must develop evidence through expert testimony. We examine all the facts in your case carefully in order to do that.
Though many cases settle out of court, we begin with the idea that your case is going to trial. Our thorough legal research, fact-finding and evidence-gathering prepare us to go before a jury or judge. It also puts you in the best possible position should you decide to settle.
We don’t shy away from a courtroom battle. Our medical malpractice attorneys have decades of experience at all levels of state and federal courts in South Carolina. We are prepared to fight for you for as long as it takes, on to appeals if necessary.
Throughout your case, the Callison Tighe medical malpractice lawyers work hard to keep you up on developments. A paralegal will stay in contact, providing updates. Your personal attorney is only a phone call or email away.