A question that was asked by a website visitor was whether future care can be part of their medical malpractice case.
The answer is yes.
If an injury from medical malpractice causes you to require future medical care, we would discuss that with an expert familiar with the type of future care needed for that injury.
Examples include medical treatments, surgeries, nursing care, equipment and supplies. Sometimes our clients require residential care because the injuries are so severe.
An injured person is entitled to make the claim for future care for their entire life expectancy–meaning for how long they live.
Future medical care can often be a substantial part of the case and you would need a lawyer with experience in handling this type of claim.
At Frank Spector Law we help our clients put together every aspect of their claim, including future medical care.
Call us toll free at 1-800-299-HURT. Or fill out the contact form on this page or on any page of our website.