Columbus Attorneys Handling Medical Malpractice Claims

Protecting Your Rights When You Have Suffered Medical Malpractice

We put our lives in the hands of our doctors every time we seek their advice. Those doctors take that trust very seriously, and most of them do a good job safeguarding that trust. However, some do not and, as a result, make mistakes that are life-threatening or life changing. That is where we come in. Doctors, medical staff, hospitals and therapists can be held accountable when the unthinkable occurs and a preventable mistake is made that affects the rest of your life.

We represent clients and their families who have suffered from the following problems:

  • Nursing home negligence and abuse
  • Permanent catastrophic injuries
  • Failure to diagnose a condition or disease
  • Misdiagnosis of a condition or disease
  • Surgical complications
  • Foreign objects left in the body from surgery
  • Pharmaceutical product liability
  • Failure to warn of a dangerous product
  • Death

For more information about how our Columbus medical malpractice lawyers can help you, call us at 800-269-2252 or contact us online.

Georgia Lawyers Representing Victims of Hospital Neglience

Our attorneys will consult with specialists in the same field to find out where the standard of care was deviated from (i.e. where the mistake was made) in your case. We will use your medical records to show where the fault occurred and if the insurance company refuses to compensate you, we will take your case to trial. We have years of experience in court and will stand with you from start to finish of your case.

Because of the nature of medical malpractice cases and how easy it is for problems to be swept under the rug by doctors, hospitals and medical staff, we recommend that you contact us as soon as you discover the problem instead of waiting to see what happens. The sooner we can start working on your case, the better the result is likely to be.

Contact Buchanan & Land, LLP, at 800-269-2252 to schedule your free initial consultation. You don't pay a fee unless your case is settled successfully.