NH Medical Malpractice Settlements vs. Going to Trial

Do most medical malpractice cases settle before going to trial?

In NH, medical malpractice settlements are more common than cases that go to trial. This video discusses the difference between accepting a medical malpractice settlement and going to trial. People who have suffered serious, permanent injuries as a result of medical malpractice are entitled to compensation. Upton & Hatfield medical malpractice attorneys provide an overview in this video of the various case outcomes available to medical malpractice victims.

Upton & Hatfield medical malpractice attorneys have the experience to reach the best possible outcome for their clients. While most cases in NH result in medical malpractice settlements, Upton & Hatfield's medical malpractice team is willing to take a case before a jury, and has extensive experience doing so. Heather M. Burns, a partner in the firm, is listed in Best Lawyers in America in the area of medical malpractice and has significant experience with NH medical malpractice settlements and jury trials. Michael S. McGrath, also a partner at the firm, has been a trial attorney for more than 19 years, representing plaintiffs exclusively in personal injury and medical malpractice cases.

If you believe you are the victim of medical malpractices, you can get a medical malpractice consultation from the Upton & Hatfield team.