Before filing a medical malpractice case, many victims want to know how long it will take before the case is resolved and they can get their settlement or jury award. In this video, attorneys from Upton & Hatfield's medical malpractice division discuss the average length of time a medical malpractice case takes and a number of factors that can influence that timeline.
Medical malpractice cases are known for being complicated, lengthy, and expensive. Upton & Hatfield medical malpractice attorneys have decades of cumulative experience from which to draw from, including negotiating settlements and taking cases to jury trials. Upton & Hatfield attorneys understand undergoing litigation can be a strain on victims and offer ways to mitigate these strains, such as offering clients the option of a contingent fee, which means payment is only made upon successful outcome of the case.
You can speak with the Upton & Hatfield medical malpractice division by requesting a consultation through the medical division website.