Georgia Medical Malpractice

Your Medical Malpractice Case Should Only Be Handled By An Experienced Attorney

Medical malpractice lawsuits are complex. A medical malpractice lawsuit filed against a negligent doctor, medical professional or hospital should never be handled by a lawyer who only occasionally takes on these types of cases.

There are very important laws, rules, procedures and deadlines involved.

Choosing Our Legal Team

At Julie A. Rice, Attorney at Law, & Affiliates, our lawyers have over 75 years of collective experience evaluating, settling, and trying medical malpractice cases in Atlanta and throughout the entire State of Georgia. Many of our medical malpractice lawyers have been listed as Georgia Super Lawyers and Georgia Trend's Legal Elite.

We have recovered millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for doctor negligence, surgical errors and other types of medical malpractice. We have helped those who have suffered many different types of injuries such as:

  • Amputation
  • Brain injuries
  • Birth injuries
  • Eye injuries
  • Myocardial infractions
  • Paralysis
  • Loss of limb

We have also recovered damages in wrongful death lawsuits on behalf of family members who have lost loved ones at the hands of a negligent medical professional.

From emergency room errors to medication mix-ups to anesthesia errors to cosmetic surgical negligence, we are fully equipped to handle any case that comes our way.

This is what sets us apart from the rest. Let us help you.

How We Evaluate A Georgia Medical Malpractice Case

When evaluating a medical malpractice case our attorneys look at several factors.

First, we consider the types of damages recoverable for specific injuries. Then, we access liability and whether the doctor, hospital or health care entity breached the standard of care. There may be cases where a doctor or other medical institution did something that was less than desirable, but this does not mean that the standard of care was breached. If the standard of care was breached, we determine if the breach was the cause of the injuries.

All of these elements must be proven before any medical malpractice claim can prevail.

Contact Us Today

Call our office to learn more about our team and how we can help you: 770-865-8654 or 800-419-0860. If you have a question, send us a confidential email to [email protected].

Don't wait – the clock is ticking. Investigating and evaluating a case takes time and there is a small window of time allotted to file your case. Call now!