If you believe a doctor’s negligence has caused or contributed to your suffering, or to a loved one’s unnecessary suffering, do not hesitate to contact the Fayetteville medical malpractice attorneys at Elliott & Smith Law Firm for a free case evaluation. We listen to your situation, help you understand the legal basis for a medical malpractice claim and explain your legal options. We are dedicated to helping clients obtain the justice that is often necessary to obtain peace of mind and closure, and the compensation that is necessary to alleviate the financial strain associated with a serious injury or loss of a family member.
Contact our personal injury lawyers online or by phone at 479-JUSTICE (587-8423) to speak with an experienced Fayetteville medical malpractice attorney. We are dedicated to serving clients in Benton County, Washington County, Sebastian County and throughout Northwest Arkansas.
We have over 100 years of combined experience handling complex personal injury matters for clients in Northwest Arkansas, including extensive experience handling complex medical malpractice claims involving:
Many people who suffered an adverse result while under the care of a physician or other medical provider believe they were a victim of medical malpractice. It is a reality of life that there are situations where cancer will not be diagnosed soon enough, a patient will have an adverse reaction to a course of treatment recommended or a child will suffer a terrible injury during birth.
While Elliott & Smith Law Firm attorneys and legal team always empathize with individuals and families who are confronting such negative realities, we must also uphold the highest level of ethics of our profession. In some cases, this means we must turn away people who come to us for help — not because we do not believe in their suffering, but because we do not believe there is a strong claim for medical malpractice against the provider involved.
Whether a case involves a delivery room doctor’s negligent monitoring, an emergency room doctor’s failure to diagnose a heart attack or a provider’s failure to diagnose cancer, our attorneys are here to investigate the care provided and identify negligence that directly affected the ultimate result.
It doesn’t matter whether you live in Oklahoma or Arkansas or not; what does matter is that you work with knowledgeable lawyers who can protect your rights. We offer free initial consultations and bill on a contingency fee basis: You won’t have to pay us unless we win a settlement for you. Contact us today at 479-JUSTICE (587-8423) or fill out our consultation form.