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Client Testimonial – Judith’s Story
In this video, our client tells the story of a surgery gone wrong. Judith was diagnosed with a ganglion cyst on her right hand, but instead of removing the cyst, her surgeon removed part of the bone and did permanent nerve damage. Listen to her story and how the medical malpractice attorneys at The Champion Firm helped her with her case.
FAQ: What Kind of Attorney Do I Need for an Atlanta Medical Malpractice Case?
In this video, attorney Darl Champion discusses the importance of finding the right medical malpractice lawyer for your case.
An attorney who has experience with medical malpractice cases in Georgia will be better prepared to help you get the most compensation possible for your case.
FAQ: How can I find out if my Georgia doctor has been sued?
Has your doctor ever been sued for medical malpractice in Georgia? Finding out could help you avoid becoming a victim of a medical mistake. Or, if you’ve been the victim of a medical mistake, this information could help you with your case. So, how can you learn if your doctor has been sued? In this video, Smyrna medical malpractice attorney Darl Champion discusses how to find out if a doctor has been sued in Georgia — and why victims of medical mistakes should speak with a qualified personal injury attorney as soon as possible.
FAQ: What are the requirements of an expert affidavit for a Georgia medical malpractice case?
All medical malpractice lawsuits filed in Georgia must be accompanied by an expert witness affidavit. In this video, Smyrna medical malpractice attorney Darl Champion discusses what this means, who qualifies as a witness, and what’s required in the affidavit.
FAQ: How long do Georgia medical malpractice cases take to settle?
In this video, Darl Champion discusses numerous factors that can impact a medical malpractice case, and why some cases take longer to settle than others. Watch the video to learn what you might expect with a medical malpractice case in Georgia.