When a patient sustains an injury during the course of their medical care, they could have a medical malpractice claim in California. We’re going to cover some of the basics of California medical malpractice law to give you an idea of whether or not you have a case. Let’s dive in.
What Is California Malpractice?
Generally speaking, medical malpractice happens when a healthcare provider breaches the standard of care while treating a patient. That breach must also cause an injury Read More
If you’ve been injured in a slip and fall accident in California caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Here at Montgomery & Steele we have considerable experience as we’ve been practicing personal injury lawyers out of the Inland Empire & California for over a combined 20 years. Below you can find what we’ve learned over the years dealing with slip and fall cases all over California.
The death of a loved one can be one of the toughest experiences to go through in life. But that pain is even worse when their death could have been prevented—or worse, was caused by someone else’s negligence.
Causes of Wrongful Death
Some of the most common causes of wrongful death in California are listed below—cases which could entitle you to compensation.
Medical malpractice: Includes providing incorrect dosage of medicine and failure to perform appropriate medical care and practices
Automobile Read More
When you’ve been injured in an accident, do you automatically have the basis of a successful personal injury claim? Not necessarily. If you are talking to a San Bernardino personal injury lawyer, in order to recover damages, your lawyer must first prove three things.
Three Basic Requirements for a Personal Injury Case in San Bernardino
Your lawyer must prove that:
The people responsible for your accident behaved carelessly or negligently.
For example, the driver of a car who speeds through Read More
After you’ve been in an accident, it’s vital that you visit a medical expert—not just for your own health and wellbeing, but also so that all of your injuries can be documented for future insurance claims.
Skipping this crucial step—even if you feel fine—could cost you big in the future.
What Happens if I Don’t See a Doctor After a Crash?
As it turns out, refusing to see a doctor after your crash or injury is one of the biggest Read More