Davis, CA Medical Malpractice Lawyer - Hospital Negligence Attorneys

Moseley Collins Law is a distinguished medical malpractice law firm serving clients in Davis, CA and surrounding areas who have been harmed by hospital or medical negligence. With over 40 years of combined experience holding healthcare providers accountable nationwide, our dedicated legal team has recovered millions for injured victims and their families.

If you or a loved one has suffered serious injury or death due to the mistakes of a Davis area hospital, doctor, nurse or other medical professional, we provide compassionate advocacy and fierce legal representation so you receive full and fair compensation.

Major Hospitals Serving Davis & Surrounding AreasUC Davis Medical Center

As an esteemed teaching and research hospital affiliated with the University of California system, UC Davis Medical Center provides state-of-the-art facilities and advanced specialty care not available elsewhere in the region.

Sutter Davis Hospital

Sutter Davis Hospital is a trusted 123-bed community hospital providing compassionate care to residents of Davis and Yolo County for over 50 years. As a Level-III trauma center, they have the capabilities to stabilize and treat most emergency patients.

Woodland Memorial Hospital

Woodland Memorial Hospital is also a respected local community hospital serving residents of Woodland and surrounding towns since 1958. With 123-beds, the hospital provides comprehensive medical care, obstetrics & Level-III trauma emergency services.

Areas We Serve in the Davis Region

Areas We Serve in the Davis Region

Moseley Collins Law assists those harmed by medical negligence throughout Davis and surrounding communities, including:

  • Davis
  • Woodland
  • West Sacramento
  • Dixon
  • Winters
  • Vacaville
Common Types of Medical Malpractice We Handle

Medical facilities in Davis and Central California serve thousands of patients daily. While most patients receive adequate care, some patients unfortunately suffer harm due to avoidable medical errors. Some common incidents of hospital negligence we handle include:

  • Misdiagnosis or Delayed Diagnosis - Failing to promptly and properly diagnose a medical condition leads to disease progression, unnecessary pain and poorer prognosis.
  • Childbirth Injuries - Errors during prenatal care or delivery can cause birth injuries with lifelong effects.
  • Surgical Mistakes - From operating on the wrong body part to leaving foreign objects inside patients after surgery.
  • Medication Errors - Administering the wrong drug, incorrect dosage or failing to manage adverse reactions can all constitute negligence.
  • Anesthesia Errors - Improper administration of anesthesia during surgery can result in serious nerve damage, cardiac arrest or even death.

Any healthcare provider--including doctors, nurses, specialists, surgeons, anesthesiologists, midwives, therapists and the hospital itself--can be held liable for medical malpractice if their failures or errors cause preventable patient injury or death.

Harms and Injuries Our Davis Medical Malpractice Lawyers Handle

The skilled Davis medical malpractice lawyers with Moseley Collins Law have extensive experience helping those seriously injured by all types of medical errors, including:

  • Brain damage
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Paralysis
  • Severe burns
  • Loss of limb
  • Stroke
  • Heart attack
  • Sepsis
  • Internal bleeding or injuries

Sadly, medical negligence can even cause wrongful death of patients who entrust their wellbeing to doctors and hospitals. We fight on behalf of grieving families whose loved one died prematurely because of substandard medical care.

If you or a loved suffered harm in a Davis hospital, clinic or other regional medical facility due to an avoidable medical mistake, we commit to helping you pursue maximum compensation through our proven legal process.

Hospital Responsibility for Negligent Care by Affiliated Doctors

When hospital staff physicians, independent doctors with privileges, nurses, technicians and other providers commit errors harming patients, the hospital shares responsibility. Through legal doctrines like apparent agency and corporate negligence, hospitals have a duty to oversee everyone practicing medicine under their credentialing. Thus, we pursue compensation not only from the individual negligent doctor/nurse but the hospital itself for:

  • Granting privileges to incompetent, unqualified or impaired physicians
  • Failing to supervise physician performance
  • Not enforcing adequate protocols, safety policies and quality care standards

By holding hospitals directly accountable for overlooking substandard care by affiliated doctors and staff, we deter future negligence protecting public safety.

Statute of Limitations Deadlines for Filing Claims

Statute of Limitations Deadlines for Filing Claims

Pursuing rightful compensation after medical negligence requires legal action within strict filing periods under California malpractice statute of limitations laws. While ordinary injury claims allow two years to sue, medical-related harms must be brought sooner given legal notice requirements adding an additional 75-90 days.

Thus, it is essential injury victims and grieving families contact our Davis medical malpractice lawyers promptly to avoid forfeiting your rights. We can evaluate the mistakes made and viability of the case for no charge to advise you regarding legal options and next steps you must take for the best chance of success seeking damages for negligence.

How We Investigate Medical Malpractice Cases

At our distinguished medical malpractice firm, meticulous investigation by medical experts lays the foundation for successful litigation against negligent healthcare providers. Here is how we build strong malpractice cases through in-depth investigation:

Comprehensive Medical Records Review

The very first step after meeting a prospective client is to gather the complete set of medical records pertaining to their alleged malpractice-related injury. This includes records from before and after the errors occurred to assess both standards of care and the resultant harm. We leave no document unreviewed in piecing together what went wrong.

Panel of Expert Witnesses Across Specialties

We retain several independent specialists certified in their field to scrutinize the medical records. For example, if surgery led to a wound infection due to lack of sterile protocols, we would consult surgeons and infectious disease doctors. Or if mismanaged labor and delivery caused infant brain damage, we would engage OB/GYNs, neonatologists and pediatric neurologists.

Identifying Precise Negligent Acts & Omissions

Our medical experts pinpoint where care deviated from standards accepted in the specific medical community and specialty. By calling out the exact failures, whether erroneous technique, lack of monitoring, delayed response, etc., we build an ironclad case for breach of duty.

Proving Preventable Harm Suffered

Not only do our testifying experts demonstrate subpar care but also show how it directly resulted in avoidable adverse outcomes for the patient. Making clear that state-of-the-art care would have prevented the injury or death is instrumental in establishing liability. After very thorough record investigation and expert analysis, we are prepared to prove medical negligence caused our client’s suffering.

Why Choose Us?

Moseley Collins Law understands that pursuing compensation after medical malpractice in Davis requires an experienced legal team you can trust. We offer distinguished representation to clients harmed by healthcare providers in Davis and throughout Northern California, including:

  1. More Than 40 Years Collective Experience

    Our lawyers have over forty years of combined expertise successfully handling complex medical malpractice litigation exclusively on behalf of injured victims and bereaved families. We know how to thoroughly investigate errors, build strong cases and take on even the most powerful defendants.

  2. Case Review from Multiple Medical Experts

    To prevail in medical negligence claims, it is imperative to prove exactly how the healthcare provider breached standards. Thus, we retain a panel of medical experts across specialties to rigorously review your records and provide opinions about mistakes made.

  3. Proven Track Record Recovering Damages

    We have helped injured clients secure millions in compensation for economic losses, pain and suffering. We will fight relentlessly to help you or your loved one obtain adequate damages that reflect the severity of harm and losses inflicted by medical negligence.

  4. Compassionate Support Throughout the Legal Process

    Our lawyers genuinely care and patiently guide injured victims and grieving family members through the complex legal process following medical malpractice. We are always here to address your questions and concerns.

  5. No Fees Unless We Recover Compensation

    We represent medical malpractice clients on a contingency basis only charging lawyer’s fees if we secure financial damages to cover your needs.

Get a Free Consultation From Our Trusted Davis Medical Malpractice Lawyers

If you or someone you love suffered harm due to mistakes made in a Northern California medical facility, hospital or clinic, please call us at (800) 426-5546 for caring, honest guidance about your situation and legal options. Moseley Collins Law provides strong advocacy to victims of medical negligence in Davis and surrounding cities. Consultations are always free, and we collect no payment unless our representation secures you compensation.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)What are common medical errors resulting in medical malpractice?

From surgical mistakes to medication errors, misdiagnoses to inadequate infection control, healthcare providers must meet certain legally required standards of care. Breaching those duties in a way that harms the patient constitutes medical negligence.

How do I prove my malpractice case?

Proving medical malpractice requires showing that the healthcare provider owed and breached a duty of care which directly caused preventable injury. Our lawyers use extensive medical records review by multiple outside experts to demonstrate precisely how standards were violated resulting in harm.

Who pays the compensation in a medical malpractice case?

Compensation typically comes from the liable doctor’s malpractice insurance and/or the hospital's own insurance coverage. Rarely do doctors or nurses pay damages directly. However, healthcare providers face increased premiums and state licensing consequences when found negligent – creating accountability to deter future harm to patients.

How much is my Davis area malpractice case worth?

Every medical negligence case is different. The value depends on severity of injury or loss, length of hospitalization/rehab, medical costs, impact on earnings, and pain/suffering. Our experienced lawyers estimate case value and develop a legal strategy targeting sufficient compensation to cover all your losses.

Client Reviews
"When I was injured I felt truly hopeless. I didn't know where to turn when I was released from the hospital. Luckily, I remembered your phone number and I called you. You won a nice settlement for me. Thank you!" Charles T.
"May God bless you always, Moseley and your wonderful staff. You all were there for us when we needed it most. We are forever grateful." Tina N.
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