Tulsa Medical Malpractice Lawyers
Hundreds of Millions Recovered Since 1984
When we are treated for injuries or disease by doctors, nurses, or other medical professionals, there is a lot at stake. Out of necessity, we tend to trust our doctors almost completely. Unfortunately, no amount of training and skill can guarantee that physicians, nurses and other medical care providers will provide adequate, complete, and safe medical care to each patient. Medical malpractice can occur in a number of different ways, from errors in surgery to a failure to diagnose an illness in a timely fashion.
When medical malpractice occurs, it is imperative that you seek legal help to recover compensation, hold medical practitioners accountable, and prevent further occurrences. The law firm of Richardson Richardson Boudreaux, PLLC is the largest plaintiffs’ and medical malpractice law firm in Tulsa. Our lawyers have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for those injured by doctor and nurse negligence and medical malpractice.
Ready to start exploring your legal options? Call us at (918) 347-6456 today.
We Have a Full-Time Nurse on Staff to Review Your Injuries
When you speak with us about your case, a nurse will be present, and we work with medical professionals to demonstrate and fully document your injuries. In addition, employing a full-time nurse allows us to obtain all medical records, including lab and testing results and medications histories; these records are often missed when ordered by non-professionals.
Richardson Richardson Boudreaux, PLLC is uncommonly prepared and capable of handling medical malpractice cases. While many firms claim to be able to do the same, these cases actually require resources, insight, and diligence not all counselors can provide. Do you suspect your doctor, clinic, hospital or nurse failed to:
- Provide appropriate treatment or prescribe appropriate medication?
- Properly diagnose your ailment?
- Provide you with warning regarding the risks of your treatment, or to your consent?
- Conduct a proper exam or develop an appropriate health management strategy?
If so, you may have grounds to pursue compensation. Lawyer Paul Boudreaux works with our full-time staff nurse to analyze and build your case, establish the cause of your medical issues, and prove damages.
How Long Do I Have to File a Medical Malpractice Claim?
Since medical malpractice injuries are not always discovered when they are sustained, the statute of limitations to file a medical malpractice claim works differently than filing other personal injury claims. According to Oklahoma Statutes section 76-18, you have two years from the date you were injured or, either the date you discovered or should have reasonably discovered your injury, to file a claim. The statute of limitations can be complex, contact our firm today to learn how this law may affect your case and how our team of experienced attorneys can help you.
Schedule a Free Consultation Today
If you or a loved one has been harmed as a result of medical malpractice, contact us. We are available for evening and weekend appointments and charge nothing unless we recover you compensation.
Our firm has a history of successful results in medical malpractice cases. In a recent case, our firm was able to win a jury verdict of $10,800,000 for a victim of medical malpractice after three other law firms withdrew from representing the victim.
To learn more about your claim or our Tulsa medical malpractice attorneys contact our firm for a free initial consultation today.