Q: Do I need a personal injury lawyer and a civil rights lawyer when Suing multiple health providers?
Looking for an attorney to help me pursue my complaint, by suing multiple people and/or health providers whom may be able to assist me by giving a discount or payment plans? Maybe even PRO BONO? The information I have obtained is very sensitive so please email responses to: email@example.com
Davis or Weber County UT
A: You need a medical malpractice / personal injury attorney. If there are civil rights components to your case, often a an injury attorney can assist you with that as well.
Medical malpractice tort reform laws in Utah make it nearly impossible for non-lawyers to navigate the litigation process successfully. I've seen people try before and they always make fatal errors.
If you have a case worth pursuing, most medical malpractice attorneys will take your case on a contingency fee. This means they won't charge you unless they win or settle your case. You likely won't find an attorney to take your case pro bono (free of charge) because they are extremely expensive and time consuming to litigate.
Feel free to call me at my office if you would like to go over the facts of your case.
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