Filing a medical malpractice lawsuit can be stressful, and victims should not be tormented with repeatedly talking about the heartbreaking story to different experts. This is why it’s crucial to speak to the right person about your medical malpractice case. Here at Justpoint, we believe in allowing the patient to exercise their right to compensation if they think they may be the victim of medical malpractice. We connect you to our licensed expert attorneys who maximize your medical malpractice lawsuit settlement.
According to a study by the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics, 68% of closed malpractice claims were dropped, dismissed, or withdrawn; only about 7% of medical malpractice cases end in a trial, in which a jury determines the verdict. Can you imagine the result if more people have access to licensed medical malpractice attorneys? That’s what you get when you allow us to guide you through the process of getting justice. Here are the benefits of working with Justpoint:
Quick compensation and claim process
Our case management team consists of trained medical professionals ready to listen carefully to your story and guide you on your journey to justice. The team carefully links your case to a licensed attorney with extensive experience and a high historical success rate for your case. This speeds up the claims and settlement process because, in our definition, success is a case that ends in a payout.
Filing a medical negligence claim often involves a lot of documentation and legal terminologies. Providing the proper documents could determine the outcome of the court proceedings. Our lawyers guide you through obtaining records you need to get a good payout within the statute of limitations for your state. And the claims team shows you during the documentation process. Our team will walk you through the entire process and assist you in getting the correct hospital documents, such as medical records and other pieces of information needed for your lawsuit.
Assurance and guarantees
You can be guaranteed that our medical and legal professionals handling your case have a high historical success rate in similar circumstances. Legal and medical experts take every aspect of our claim process. . Our goal is to give you the needed assurance to continue your healing process without fear of missing out on the compensation you deserve. We can guarantee you that we will give your case a shot and link you to the best medical malpractice lawyer available for your case. Justpoint uses datasets of 300,000 historical claims and works with over 1500 licensed law firms to ensure the claimants get the best-licensed attorney for their case.
The legal attorneys at Justpoint work on contingency plans. This means they only get paid if you win a payout. And you don’t need to pay us before we help or represent you. We are on the same team and want you to receive your deserved compensation. After winning your lawsuit, we receive our percentage from the lawyer’s success fee. You don’t pay us anything. We only find out details of your case and link you to the most experienced attorney that can help in your specific legal case.
We offer an uninterrupted support system even after connecting you to your medical malpractice attorney. Our claim process is flexible and tailored to meet the claimant’s needs where they are. There is a possibility of changing lawyers if the reason is valid.
Do you believe you may be the victim of medical malpractice or need to know more about how we can help you sue for malpractice? Don’t waste time. Act now. Go to our website at www.justpoint.com to submit your case information, and one of our case managers will reach out to you to discuss the case in more detail and determine how best to move forward.
Is there a time limit for medical malpractice cases?
Most patients don’t know the statute of limitations for their state and feel they can file medical malpractice anytime. Patients have a little as one year (with some exceptions and depending on the state) to sue for medical malpractice. The best thing is for the patient to contact a licensed medical malpractice attorney as soon as they notice.
What qualifies as medical malpractice?
The presence of pain or damages doesn’t mean that the patient has a case. Many patients assume that the obvious presence of a scar means they have a case. It is only a case if it is due to the Healthcare professional’s negligence. Most claimants don’t understand that there’s no legal repercussion for emotional damage not caused by the physician’s negligence, and they cannot sue for an injury that almost occurred (for instance, if a patient almost died because of what this surgeon did).
What are the possible outcomes — or chances of success — of a malpractice case?
If a patient is retained by an attorney who thinks their claim has merits, there’s a little over 50% chance they will receive a payout, depending on that attorney’s experience. This number depends on how well prepared that attorney is for the specific claim brought up. For example, some attorneys have a success rate of over 95%, while others succeed in as little as 15% of the claims they take. We define success here as a payout to the patient in the form of either a settlement offer from the doctor’s insurance company to avoid going to court (99% payouts) or a court judgment ruling in their favor (1% of payout). If a claim doesn’t receive a payout, it is often because the patient or the attorneys dismissed it.
Other factors influencing success rates depend on: the presence of damage, the extent of the damage, proof of causation by the plastic surgeon, the medical records provided by the patient, state of the patient, and participation of the patient in the malpractice.