What Medical Malpractice Laws in NH Say About Your Case

How do you determine if someone has a medical malpractice case?

Medical malpractice law in NH is complex, requiring both knowledge of the law and the medical industry. Filing a case can be a confusing process for patients who have suffered serious, permanent injury as the result of medical malpractice. In this video, attorneys from Upton & Hatfield's medical malpractice group discuss medical malpractice law in NH and what types of cases can be litigated. This could include failure to diagnose cancer or delay in the diagnosis, failure to diagnose a stroke or delay in the diagnosis, birth injuries, death, or severe, disabling, catastrophic injuries.

Upton & Hatfield has significant expertise when it comes to medical malpractice laws in NH and will help clients determine whether they have a medical malpractice case. If client and attorneys do determine there is a case, the medical malpractice team at Upton & Hatfield has the experience to negotiate the best possible outcome for the client, and if necessary to take the case to trial.