Baton Rouge Medical Malpractice FAQ
Thinking about filing a Baton Rouge medical malpractice lawsuit? Learn how to file your case and learn other important details about the process by speaking with a Baton Rouge medical malpractice lawyer at Spencer Calahan Injury Lawyers in a free case review. Meanwhile, read through the FAQs below.
How do I prove my Baton Rouge medical malpractice case?
You can prove your medical malpractice case using medical evidence, medical expert testimony, and other types of evidence.
Are there caps on medical malpractice compensation in Louisiana?
There is a $500,000 limit to medical malpractice compensation payouts. Most of that money is paid using the Louisiana Patient’s Compensation Fund. The exception to the limit is that all future medical bills will be paid out, regardless of the limit.
What’s the time limit on bringing a medical malpractice case in LA?
You are given up to one year to bring your medical malpractice case against a negligent medical provider in Louisiana.
How does my Baton Rouge medical malpractice lawyer get paid?
Your lawyer at Spencer Calahan Injury Lawyers is paid when your case is won. Lawyer’s fees will come out of your compensation amount. You won’t have to worry about any upfront fees or costs.
Will my medical malpractice case go to court?
Not all medical malpractice cases go to court. In fact, few do. Most of them are settled outside of court. The trick is to have enough evidence to prove negligence on the part of the medical provider so that they won’t want to go to court.
Get Ahold of a Medical Malpractice Lawyer in Baton Rouge
If a doctor or medical provider has hurt you and you believe that negligence was involved, you should talk to a Baton Rouge medical malpractice attorney about your case. Call Spencer Calahan Injury Lawyers now at 225-387-2323 or fill out the form below to reach our firm. Receive a free case evaluation when you contact an injury lawyer.