Bloomington, CA Medical Malpractice Lawyer - Hospital Negligence Attorneys

Have you or a loved one been the victim of medical malpractice in Bloomington or surrounding areas? The dedicated lawyers at Moseley Collins Law have over 40 years of experience representing victims of negligence at the hands of medical professionals and hospitals. If you have suffered life-altering injuries or the loss of a loved one due to medical negligence, we can help.

Understanding Medical Malpractice and Your Legal Options

Medical malpractice occurs when a healthcare professional fails to provide adequate medical care resulting in injury, harm or even death. When hospitals, doctors, nurses, surgeons, anesthesiologists or other medical staff breach their duty of care through errors, lack of skill, or negligent behavior, they can be held liable through a medical malpractice lawsuit.

The skilled medical malpractice lawyers at Moseley Collins Law can determine if mistakes or standards of care being violated resulted in:

  • Misdiagnosis of illness or injury
  • Surgical errors
  • Birth injuries to mother or child
  • Medication errors
  • Delayed diagnosis or delayed treatment
  • Failure to act by reporting signs, symptoms or changes in condition
  • Any action directly causing injury or wrongful death

We handle a wide array of medical malpractice and personal injury cases in Bloomington and throughout the state. With extensive medical expertise and experience building strong cases through independent investigations, we have helped injury victims recover millions for their suffering.

Examples of Recoverable Damages through Bloomington Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

If you or someone you care about has been harmed by what you believe to be medical negligence in Bloomington or surrounding communities, get a free legal case review from our team immediately. We can examine what happened in your situation and advise you of all your options for holding negligent medical professionals accountable.

Examples of Recoverable Damages through Bloomington Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Though no amount of financial compensation can make up for losing a loved one or suffering from a lifelong disability, obtaining damages can ensure experience some level of justice while also paying for critical medical care and support services you require going forward. Damages potentially available through a malpractice lawsuit may include:

  • Current and future medical treatment costs
  • Rehabilitation services
  • Assisted living and long-term care costs
  • Loss of income and benefits
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of consortium for family members
  • Emotional distress
  • Wrongful death expenses
  • Funeral and burial costs
  • Loss of companionship

The Bloomington medical negligence lawyers at Moseley Collins Law thoroughly investigate outrageous incidents of malpractice and aggressively pursue maximum compensation for our injured clients.

Why Choose Moseley Collins Law for Your Hospital Negligence Case?

With a proven track record of success winning substantial medical malpractice settlements for clients throughout California, the lawyers at Moseley Collins Law possess the resources, reputation, and results you want on your side:

  • 40+ years successfully representing injury & malpractice victims - Our extensive experience handling a wide range of medical negligence cases ensures no legal stone goes unturned for clients.
  • Multi-million dollar record of recoveries - We have the results delivering 8-figure malpractice case wins and some of the largest personal injury verdicts and settlements statewide over our long history.
  • Dedicated team methodically reviewing cases - Upon taking your case, our team gets to work immediately consulting with independent medical experts to validate every single act of negligence by hospitals, physicians, nurses and other staff. We then build an ironclad case proving damages warranting substantial compensation.
  • Compassionate support throughout the legal process - Our medical malpractice lawyers genuinely care and patiently guide injured clients and grieving families through what is already an extremely difficult time in their lives with regular contact and diligence resolving their case.
  • No recovery, no fee promise to clients - We take all hospital negligence cases on a contingency-fee basis, meaning no upfront costs to clients and nothing owed unless we win your case through settlement or trial verdict.

Contact our professional team online or call 800-426-5546 for a free consultation and case assessment if you or someone you love suffered harm under a Bloomington healthcare provider’s responsibility. We are here for you 24/7 and welcome injury victims from Bloomington, Riverside, San Bernardino and throughout CA.

Hospitals Serving Bloomington Residents

Bloomington and surrounding cities are supported by several major medical centers and smaller specialty healthcare facilities including:

Miller Children's & Women's Hospital Long Beach - Children’s wellness hospital offering latest treatments for kids and maternal services for women before, during and after pregnancy.

Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital - As the only dedicated children’s hospital serving inland counties, LLUCH provides specialty and critical care to sick or injured kids regionally.

Loma Linda University Medical Center - Top ranked regional hospital and level 1 trauma center providing adult specialty care, organ transplants, cardiothoracic and vascular surgery.

Kaiser Permanente Bloomington Medical Offices - Large healthcare network with an array of primary doctors, pediatricians, OBGYN and specialty services conveniently in one Bloomington facility.

Areas We Serve in the Inland Empire

The medical malpractice lawyers from Moseley Collins Law help injured victims and bereaved families pursue justice throughout the Inland Empire metro area including:

  • Bloomington
  • Chino
  • Chino Hills
  • Colton
  • Fontana
  • Grand Terrace
  • Highland
  • Loma Linda
  • Montclair
  • Ontario
  • Rancho Cucamonga
  • Redlands
  • Rialto
  • Riverside
  • San Bernardino
  • Upland
  • Yucaipa

No matter which hospital, doctor’s office, clinic or medical center in these cities where malpractice occurred, our lawyers handle the entire case pursuing maximum damages for clients locally.

Damages Available in Medical Malpractice Cases

Damages Available in Medical Malpractice Cases

When medical negligence leads to injury, harm or death, patients and their families may pursue legal damages through a medical malpractice lawsuit in civil court. There are several categories of compensatory damages that can be sought to make up for losses suffered, including:

Economic Damages

These damages aim to compensate for measurable, tangible monetary losses from medical negligence. Types of economic damages may consist of:

  • Medical Expenses - All past and future costs of healthcare related to treating injuries - medical appointments, hospital stays, procedures, nursing care, physical therapy, prescription medications, assistive devices, and in-home care assistance.
  • Lost Income/Wages - The past or future income lost due to being disabled and unable to work because of malpractice injuries. Factors like work experience, earning potential, education level, training/licensing, projected career path increases etc determine wage amounts.
  • Loss of Earning Capacity - Impaired ability to make equivalent income over the course of a career. If injuries inhibit working full-time or in chosen profession, all the cumulative lost wages are included.
  • Out of Pocket Expenses - Miscellaneous costs related to malpractice injuries, like medical equipment/supplies, increased insurance premiums, ambulance fees, traveling to treat injuries, etc.
Non-Economic Damages

These non-financial losses address pain and suffering inflicted by medical negligence that cannot be measured by concrete monetary amounts:

  • Pain and Suffering - The physical pain endured because of malpractice injuries and new disabilities or health conditions resulting from the incident. Factors like intensity, frequency, duration of pain help determine damages.
  • Emotional Distress - The mental anguish, grief, shock, fear, anxiety, depression, trauma or PTSD resulting from the negligence and injuries.
  • Loss of Enjoyment of Life - Diminished ability to participate in activities that previously brought comfort, enjoyment and value to the patient's life. Every key life aspect affected should be detailed to convey the profound personal loss and compensate accordingly.

Recovering rightful damages serves as the only method to make victims financially whole or provide a sense of justice for the terrible losses they endured unnecessarily. Experienced medical malpractice lawyers ensure meticulously calculated and higher damage awards.

Let Our Legal Team Support You Pursuing Justice

Frequently Asked Questions About Medical Malpractice Claims in Bloomington

The physical, emotional and financial losses malpractice victims endure is devastating. The Bloomington medical negligence lawyers from Moseley Collins Law offer sincere support and skilled representation to injured patients and mourning families throughout Southern California communities. Contact us online or call 800-426-5546 about your medical negligence situation now for genuine and comprehensive assistance.

Frequently Asked Questions About Medical Malpractice Claims in BloomingtonDo I Need a Lawyer to Sue a Doctor or Hospital for Malpractice?

Yes, medical negligence laws can be complex to build a viable case warranting substantial compensation. An accomplished Bloomington medical malpractice lawyer intimately understands CA malpractice laws and legal proceedings necessary to prove liability for the full extent of damages suffered.

Is There a Time Limit to File a Malpractice Lawsuit in California?

Yes - you have one year from the date of injury to file a claim or you surrender your right to pursue a case. California technically has a statute of limitations of 3 years after initial treatment, however it is typically applied to 1 year from discovery date. Regardless - call a lawyer immediately after any type of medical negligence to avoid losing right to a case.

How Much is My Malpractice Case Worth?

There is no standard settlement amount or award. The unique circumstances of each incident and damages sustained determine the value. With extensive experience in this area of law and hiring the right medical experts, our lawyers maximize case values through settlement negotiating skills or by winning jury verdicts significantly larger than average.

Will Contacting a Lawyer Commit Me to a Case or Charges?

Absolutely not. Most reputable medical malpractice law firms like ours provide completely free, no-obligation consultations and reviews of your situation before ever committing to representation or moving forward legally. Please reach out so we can discuss your possible case.

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