Medical Malpractice Attorney

T.K. Moffett helped collect over 500,000 dollars for a  client that was injured as a result of Medical Malpractice.

A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that medical errors cause up to 98,000 deaths annually. The medical research group, Healthgrades, reported that preventable medical errors cause up to 195,000 hospital deaths each year. Either way, medical malpractice has become an epidemic. Patients are paying the price — sometimes with their lives.

If you were harmed by medical malpractice or if a member of your family died a wrongful death due to a doctor’s mistake, you should speak to a lawyer about your legal rights. You may be able to recover financial compensation for your losses, including pain and suffering, lost wages, current and future medical and rehabilitation expenses and other damages.

Medical Negligence Attorney

Contact the medical malpractice attorney at Moffett Law Firm, P.L.L.C. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case and advise you of your options. Our attorneys handle a wide range of medical malpractice claims, including those involving:

  • Surgical errors
  • Birth injury or trauma
  • Emergency room errors
  • Failure to diagnose cancer or other diseases
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Nursing medication errors
  • Prescription errors
  • Hospital errors

Simple Errors With Tragic Results

Doctors, nurses and other medical professionals never mean to cause harm. But simple mistakes can have tragic results. We settled a case against an Alabama hospital involving a doctor who wrote a prescription for a hospitalized child, but the drug was never administered. Because of that error, the child slipped into a coma and died.

Consult your Medical Malpractice Attorney Today!

Tupelo Attorney

  (662) 844-0836

Moffett Law Firm, P.L.L.C., represents clients in Mississippi and Alabama, including residents of Tupelo, Booneville, Corinth, New Albany, Pontotoc, Oxford, Amory, Aberdeen, West Point, Columbus, Fulton, Ripley, Holly Springs and Southaven, MS, and Hamilton, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Florence, Muscle Shoals and Vernon, AL.