Protect Your Medical License
If you have been accused of medical malpractice, the stakes are too high not to obtain the best legal counsel you can find — immediately. Cases that involve medical professionals and malpractice often turn on issues relating to appropriate standards of care. They require lawyers knowledgeable of complicated medical matters who can clearly and simply explain these issues to licensing boards, insurance companies, opposing lawyers, judges and jurors.
For Your Livelihood. Lawyers Who Even the Odds.
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Skilled, Determined and Experienced
With Arata, Swingle, Van Egmond & Goodwin, you have skilled, determined and experienced medical malpractice attorney who has the training, skill and experience to fully defend you, your care facility or your hospital against any charge of medical malpractice. We will stand by your side, providing accessible, reassuring client service throughout the duration of your ordeal.
Specializing in Medical Malpractice Defense
A core emphasis of our legal practice resolves around the defense of medical professionals. Whether you have been wrongfully charged or you believe that you have some culpability, it is the job of your law firm to put complex concepts in perspective for licensing boards and any other individuals or organizations involved in your case.
From our Modesto, law office, our team of attorneys brings more than 60 years of combined experience to each individual legal concern. Our clients include medical professionals and healthcare providers such as doctors, surgeons, nurses, anesthesiologists and obstetricians, hospitals, long-term care facilities (nursing homes) and health clinics.
Comprehensive Medical Malpractice Defense
Common medical malpractice defense matters involve:
- Surgical errors
- Birth injuries
- Incorrect prescription or dosage errors
- Failure to diagnose
- Delayed diagnoses
In California, the medical professional cannot be forced to settle by their insurance provider. We can also help when you are unwilling to settle but you are receiving pressure from your insurance provider or your colleagues to do so.
The Firm to Call for Help