Lake Oswego Malpractice Attorney
Patrick L. Block, P.C.: Ready to Make Your Voice Heard
When you have been hurt due to the actions of a doctor or medical professional,
it is easy to feel betrayed, marginalized, and silenced. Hospitals, medical
practices, and clinics all have legal mechanisms in place to try to avoid
malpractice suits, many of which try to minimize the scope of the victim's
injuries and reassign blame. When this happens, victims can often feel
like circumstances have spun beyond their control.
At The Law Offices of Patrick L. Block, P.C., we are dedicated to placing
control back into the victims' hands. When patients have been hurt
by medical professionals, it is inexcusable and rightful compensation
should be paid. Over the last twenty years, our legal team has held countless
doctors and hospitals responsible for their actions and
recovered millions of dollars on behalf of our clients.
If you have been hurt, then it is time to take control.
Call our offices to speak with a dedicated and aggressive Lake Oswego medical malpractice
Unparalleled Medical Malpractice Experience
Filing a medical malpractice suit is not simply a matter of identifying
the parties responsible and bringing them to court. It takes years of
experience and continual engagement with the medical industry to stay
informed and on top of this rapidly changing field. At our firm, Attorney
Block has exclusively practiced medical malpractice law for more than
twenty years. He not only has the experience and insight to strategize
your case, but has built invaluable relationships with medical specialists
he regularly consults with.
Just a few of the cases Attorney Block is prepared to handle include:
No matter what your medical malpractice case might entail, our seasoned
team has the resources to best evaluate your circumstances and determine
the best course of action. Call our firm today to schedule a free consultation.
You Do Not Pay Until We Win
At The Law Offices of Patrick L. Block, P.C., we are proud to work on contingency
fees. Contingency fees mean that clients pay absolutely no legal fees
until compensation is won. That's how confident we are in our abilities
and resources to navigate your case—and how dedicated we are to
making sure that those who have been hurt have the resources needed to
have their voice heard.
Take the First Step Today
Oregon law states that all malpractice suits need to be filed within two
years of the injury taking place. That means if you've been hurt,
then the clock is already ticking. Put your case in trusted and assured
hands. Contact our firm today to start seeking the proceeds you need to
put this troubling time behind you.
We are ready to stand with you. Call us today to schedule a
free case evaluation.