What are Connecticut Medical Malpractice Attorney’s Fees?

Saturday, June 20th, 2015 by | Posted In: Medical Malpractice
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ct personal injury attorneyThe medical malpractice lawyers at our firm are often asked what the fees are to retain an attorney on a medical malpractice case.

The state of Connecticut has a specific statute that establishes attorneys fees in not just medical malpractice cases, but in all personal injury cases. Fees in Connecticut are on a contingency basis, meaning that your medical malpractice attorney, or personal injury attorney, does not get paid unless you recover damages for your injuries. There are no up-front costs to retaining a medical malpractice attorney at our office.

The attorney fees for medical malpractice cases may not exceed one-third of the damages awarded or settlement amount.

Your choice of attorney falls on whom you believe can help protect your interests most. Factors such as medical expertise, experience, knowledge and individual care and attention are important.

The experienced medical malpractice attorneys at our firm comprise of Robert Messey, MD/JD, Gayle Sullivan, RN/JD, Gerard McEnery, and Charles B. Price, Jr.

If you believe you or a loved one was injured as the result of medical malpractice, contact our office immediately at 1-855-494-8300.

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