Levy & Pruett has considerable experience defending hospitals, medical groups, individual physicians, nurses, cytotechnologists, and other healthcare providers against claims of alleged malpractice. We have successfully defended our clients in cases involving claims as complex as the alleged failure to diagnose cervical cancer to matters arising out of more routine medical care such as the alleged failure to dilute an intravenous administration of phenergan.
Levy & Pruett has an established network of nurse consultants and medical experts to assist in the evaluation and investigation of serious claims. The lawyers and paralegals at Levy & Pruett leave no stone unturned during their investigation of a claim, in reviewing the plaintiff’s premorbid medical history, throughout discovery, or when researching every possible angle for summary judgment. We communicate with our clients regularly, updating them with our assessment of the potential advantages, risks, and projected costs of litigation.
It is our practice at Levy & Pruett to aggressively pursue summary judgment in most medical malpractice cases, but we are also skilled negotiators and have resolved many cases to our clients’ satisfaction through mediation. We know which cases need to be tried and have the trial experience, legal acumen, and litigation support to succeed in trying these complex medical negligence cases.
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Contact Levy & Pruett for outstanding, cost-effective, representation against any claim of medical negligence.