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We have a long history of achieving multimillion-dollar recoveries in serious general liability and medical malpractice cases for our clients.

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Medical malpractice cases are complex and require expertise in both the underlying medicine and legal theories. The first challenge is evaluating whether a claim can be filed. In order to prove that medical malpractice occurred, there needs to be evidence that a medical professional violated the standard of care, resulting in harm to a patient. States like Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire have specific statutory requirements for medical malpractice cases that restrict when a claim can be brought, limit the damages that can be collected, and require specialized types of evidence to establish liability.

Our trial attorneys have been overcoming these challenges on behalf of our clients for over thirty years. Our experienced medical malpractice attorneys understand both the legal and medical complexities involved in successfully pursing medical negligence claims.  We know how to properly assess and prove liability, as well as quantify both the tangible and intangible loss to you and your family. Supported by registered nurses, the trial attorneys at Jones Kelleher have the experience and resources necessary to successfully represent victims of medical negligence.

KNOWING THE CRITICAL QUESTIONS TO ASK CAN MAXIMIZE YOUR POTENTIAL RECOVERY BY ENSURING THAT ALL OF THE PERSONS AND ENTITIES RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR INJURIES ARE HELD ACCOUNTABLE.

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Our Experience

The medical malpractice lawyers at Jones Kelleher are among the most experienced in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. We have a proven track record of success representing clients and families who have suffered injury or loss resulting from medical negligence of almost every type, including but not limited to:

  • Birth injuries;
  • Failure to diagnose or timely diagnose a condition, as well as misdiagnosis;
  • Failure to properly administer anesthesia;
  • Medication errors;
  • Negligence, neglect or abuse committed by nursing homes or hospitals; and
  • Surgical errors.

Our team of medical malpractice attorneys and registered nurses has both the knowledge and experience to successfully handle the most complex medical malpractice cases.

Our Resources

In states like Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire, successfully proving a medical malpractice case involves complex medical issues and forms of evidence that are often the subject of dispute among medical experts. Through our many years of practice, we have developed a network of accomplished and reputable medical professionals across all areas of medicine. We trust these professionals to not only provide us with the critical information necessary to resolve your case successfully, but to present the information in a simple and compelling way to the judge or jury.

Often the best way to persuasively present complex medical evidence is through the use of sophisticated trial presentation technology. Depending upon the nature of the claim, we often utilize the following resources to help our clients prevail:

  • Computer-generated animations;
  • Movies and videos;
  • Models of body parts in three dimensions;
  • Blow-ups of multi-page depictions of overlapping layers of tissues;
  • Full screen images of ultrasound, x-ray, MRI, CAT-scan, PET-scan or other images; and
  • Other state-of-the-art technological presentations.

We understand how to incorporate current trial presentation technology and testimony from medical experts in a way that educates a judge, jury, arbitrator, or mediator about the critical and pivotal medical issues in your case, thus enabling us to maximize your potential recovery.

Our Teamwork

Our clients come to us during times of intense personal crisis, instability, and financial burden. As attorneys we take this responsibility very seriously because we know that our clients are depending upon us to resolve their cases quickly and fairly.

At Jones Kelleher we believe that a team-oriented approach allows us to deliver the best results to our clients. We evaluate each potential case as a team, using our collective knowledge to examine the facts and determine what course of action is best for you and your family. Your trial team will include at least two attorneys who have successful track records handling similar cases. Nurses and paralegals experienced in medical malpractice support our attorneys and help prepare your case for trial.

We consider our clients to be the most valuable members of our team. As a client, you will receive frequent status updates on the progress of your claim and you can always communicate with a team member who is familiar with your case.

COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR CASE

If you have been injured and are unsure if you have a personal injury claim, the experienced attorneys at Jones Kelleher can help advise you on your rights and guide you through the process. There are many different kinds of personal injury claims, including but not limited to auto accidents, slip and falls, construction site accidents, product defects, and wrongful death. If you have been injured by the negligence, carelessness or recklessness of another, you (the plaintiff) may have a claim against the individual or entity responsible (the defendant). In many states, you have the right to compensation for your loss, which may include but are not limited to medical bills, lost earnings, out-of-pocket expenses, pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, loss of consortium, and emotional distress. Our trial lawyers have successfully resolved cases for victims who have suffered an injury or loss resulting from a wide variety of personal injury and wrongful death claims.

If you believe that you or a loved has been seriously injured due to the negligence of another, we encourage you to contact one of our personal injury attorneys for a free consultation.

Medical malpractice is when the negligence of a medical professional (doctor, nurse, lab technician, therapist, etc.) directly causes injury or death to a patient. Many common types of medical malpractice claims arise out of birth injuries, failure to diagnose, misdiagnosis, medication errors, surgical errors, and negligence in nursing homes and hospitals. In order to prove medical malpractice in states like Massachusetts, there needs to be evidence that a medical professional violated the standard of care, resulting in harm to a patient. In general, the standard of care is defined as the generally accepted practices and procedures used by medical professionals in a specific geographic area when treating patients suffering from a particular disease or disorder. States like Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire have specific statutory requirements for medical malpractice cases that restrict when a claim can be brought, limit the damages that can be collected, and require specialized types of evidence to establish liability.

Our trial attorneys have been overcoming these challenges on behalf of our clients for over thirty years. Our experienced medical malpractice attorneys understand both the legal and medical complexities involved in successfully pursuing medical negligence claims. We know how to properly assess and prove liability, as well as quantify both the tangible and intangible loss to you and your family. Supported by registered nurses, the trial attorneys at Jones Kelleher have the experience and resources necessary to successfully represent victims of medical negligence.

If you believe that you or a loved has been seriously injured due to medical negligence, we encourage you to contact one of our medical malpractice attorneys for a free consultation.

Negligence is the failure to use reasonable care directly resulting in injury or loss to another person. Even if the careless conduct was unintentional, the individual or entity may still be liable for the victim’s injury or loss. If more than one person or entity caused the damage, then negligence may be distributed between the parties. Establishing negligence in a personal injury claim requires that certain elements of proof exist before you can file a claim, and these elements differ depending on the state and/or the type of accident at issue. In some cases, an individual or family member can recover for damages even if they may have been partially at fault.

If you have been injured and are unsure if the responsible party was negligent, the experienced attorneys at Jones Kelleher can help advise you on your rights and guide you through the process. Our trial lawyers have successfully resolved cases for victims who have suffered an injury or loss resulting from a wide variety of personal injury, medical malpractice and wrongful death claims.

Jones Kelleher takes all personal injury and medical malpractice cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that our clients pay nothing for our services unless our lawyers are able to successfully resolve their case. If and only if we successfully resolve your case do we receive an attorney’s fee, which will be a percentage of the gross amount of the award, settlement and/or judgment.

While you are not required to hire a lawyer to represent you in court, we strongly recommend speaking with experienced attorneys if you are considering filing a personal injury or medical malpractice claim. These types of cases can be complex and you need the advice of a qualified lawyer to ensure that all of your legal rights and interests are fully protected.

If you think you might need a lawyer to represent you in a personal injury or medical malpractice case, we encourage you to contact one of our attorneys for a free consultation.

Retaining the right attorney for you and your family is an important decision. You must not only determine whether the attorney is competent and experienced in the area of law, but that you feel comfortable with the representation.

The lawyers at Jones Kelleher have been recognized as being among the best in New England in the area of personal injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice matters. In addition, we understand that our clients come to us during times of intense personal crisis, instability, and financial burden. As attorneys we take this responsibility very seriously. We know that our clients are depending upon us to resolve their cases quickly and fairly. We believe that a team-oriented approach allows us to deliver the best results to our clients. We consider our clients to be the most valuable members of our team. Our dedicated attorneys and staff are personally invested in your future and well-being and are prepared to fiercely advocate on behalf of your interests.