If a physician’s negligence such as misdiagnosis by a doctor caused you serious injury or a family member’s death, your ability to recover monetary damages may hinge on the experience and skill of your attorney. Larson Law Firm P.C. represents clients throughout North Dakota and Northwest Minnesota in medical malpractice cases, with special experience in federal torts claims against Air Force Base and Indian Reservation hospitals.
If you believe a medical provider’s mistake or substandard care caused or contributed to injury, contact our North Dakota law office at (866) 309-1777. We offer free initial consultations at our office location in Minot, North Dakota. If you have a viable claim, we will put all our energy into pursuing justice for you.
Our firm’s personal injury attorney has handled all forms of medical malpractice:
North Dakota has a two year statute of limitations for medical malpractice claims. While this may seem like a reasonable period, many times the full extent of injuries cannot be known until well after the fact. For example, one client must wait to see if a remedy might restore his vision that was lost after a doctor failed to diagnose a treatable eye condition. Likewise, nerve damage or brain damage to newborns may not be discovered or fully realized until the baby is one or two years old.
You should contact anattorney as soon as you suspect malpractice. Attorney Mark Larson will consult with medical experts to gauge the prognosis for recovery and ongoing care needs, and to demonstrate how the doctor, nurse or medical staff failed to meet the accepted standard of care.
We have handled a number of cases dealing with medical malpractice in North Dakota against hospitals that are governed by federal agencies.
Mark Larson is a certified civil trial specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Although he achieves fair settlements in the majority of cases, he prepares for every personal injury case for the possibility of a trial. Contact us today for a free case evaluation by calling toll free at (866) 309-1777.