Medical Malpractice

Your Medical Malpractice Case Experts

Medical malpractice is one of the most factually and legally complex areas of the law. If you or a loved one has been injured by a healthcare provider, do NOT trust your medical malpractice claim to anyone who is not intimately familiar with the practice of medicine as well as complex civil litigation. Medical malpractice claims whereby claims will be filed against doctors, nurses, hospitals, and other medical staff are time-consuming, unpredictable, and generally costly for the attorneys representing people who have been injured. Accordingly, most attorneys refuse to take on medical malpractice claims. Carefully research any attorney offering to represent you in a medical malpractice claim.

Here at Workman Law & Litigation we have an intimate knowledge of how healthcare providers and their attorneys will try to defend against your claims because we represented those same healthcare providers for years. We are firmly aware of what the healthcare providers will assert in their defense, the litigation strategies that will be employed by their attorneys, and the negotiating positions that will be taken by the medical malpractice insurance companies. Knowing what steps they will take allows us to remain one step ahead throughout the entire process. At Workman Law & Litigation, we have the “inside scoop.”

Because of our vast experience in handling medical malpractice claims, there is no area of medicine or type of injury too complex for us to handle. We work with highly qualified and Board-Certified physicians to review cases and prepare for trial. Accordingly, we represent clients with claims arising out of dental, optometry, obstetrics, gynecologic, neurological, cardiovascular, oncology, podiatry, pediatric, respiratory, and orthopedic treatment.

Examples of Medical Malpractice cases handled by Workman Law & Litigation:

Birth Injury



Radiology misdiagnosis

Intracranial hemorrhage

Surgical errors

Heart attack


Emergency room error

Eye surgery errors resulting in blindness

Patient abandonment

Medication Error

Epileptic seizure

Pharmacy error

Amputation of incorrect body parts

Failure to Diagnose