At Tobler Law, I receive many calls from individuals who have been injured through medical malpractice, which is sub-standard medical care that leads to injury.  Many times these injured individuals don’t know what kind of information is needed to get started in evaluating these potential cases.  The following is a list of potential medical malpractice questions:

1. What is your name and contact information?

2. What is the injured individual’s age or date of birth?

3. What was the health of the injured individual prior to the medical malpractice?

4. When did the medical malpractice take place?

5. Where did the medical malpractice take place (name of facility)?

6. What is a brief summery of the poor medical care?

7. What are the resulting injuries?

8. Will the injured individual recover completely?

9. Is there any permanent damage?

10. Why do you feel malpractice took place?

11. What do you believe the doctor or hospital did wrong to cause the malpractice?

If you don’t have all of this information when you call, that is okay.  We will be able to start with what you have and gather the other information as we go.

Office Manager Kristi