Northern California Medical Malpractice Lawyers
The fact that senior citizens typically require more medical attention means that they are often more susceptible to acts of medical malpractice. If an elderly person whom you care about has been the victim of health care or doctor negligence, we are ready to stand by your side. At the Law Offices of Suizi Lin, we are advocates for the rights and needs of our elder population.
E-mail us or call us at (510) 689-1988 for a free initial interview. This will give you the opportunity to tell us about your situation, and us the opportunity to tell you how we can help.
The Law Offices of Suizi Lin was formed in 1951 to provide strong, meaningful legal representation to every one of our clients. Our commitment has earned us a great deal of recognition, including having one of our attorneys listed as a top personal injury attorney by California Lawyer magazine. More importantly, that commitment has allowed us to get results for personal injury and wrongful death victims in Hayward, the entire San Francisco Bay Area and throughout northern California.
We are available to handle all types of medical malpractice cases, including:
- Failure to diagnose (cancer, heart conditions, stroke, broken bones, pain, dehydration or malnutrition)
- Misdiagnoses (heart attack, cancer, stroke)
- Medication errors (wrong medication, wrong amount of medication, failure to renew prescription)
- Surgical errors (leaving medical devices inside body after surgery, wrong site surgery, mistakes during surgery, anesthesia errors, joint replacement surgery errors)
In medical malpractice cases, we are often up against a doctor who wants to save his or her career, as well as his or her insurance company. These are often challenging cases. We are up to the challenge. We know how to fight for you.
You pay nothing unless we win your case. All medical malpractice cases are handled on a contingency basis.
For a free initial interview with a dedicated medical malpractice attorney, e-mail us or call us at (510) 689-1988.