When someone’s health or life hangs in the balance, there is simply no room for error. When doctors or support staff grow careless or make mistakes, the consequences can be devastating for the victims and their families.
Located in Fayetteville, the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A. has a demonstrated record of holding medical professionals and hospitals throughout North Carolina accountable for negligence and malpractice. Led by veteran trial lawyer Wade Byrd, our firm has a proven track record of victories at trial and negotiated settlements in medical negligence cases.
With more than 40 years of experience, we have developed a deep understanding of complex medical malpractice cases and how to help our clients get the compensation they deserve. We handle all types of medical malpractice cases, including those involving:
Hospitals and doctor’s offices are often protected by large insurance companies with well-seasoned trial lawyers who will try to prove that a doctor’s or nurse’s error was unavoidable. We build strong claims by working with medical experts to determine liability and then consult with accountants, physical therapists and others to determine the extent of your losses and limitations.
Whether you are suffering due to a doctor’s actions or a psychiatrist’s mistreatment or you are worried about a loved one living in a nursing home, we can help. We take charge of your claim from day one, handling every complex aspect of your case, building a claim for maximum compensation while you concentrate on your recovery. As our client, you can count on us to not settle your case too early; we will keep you up to date and help you make choices that protect your best interests.
At the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A., we have built a strong reputation for securing compensation on behalf of victims of medical malpractice. If you call our firm in Fayetteville, North Carolina, at 910-323-2555 to schedule a free consultation, we can answer questions such as:
A successful medical malpractice claim must prove that your doctor, nurse, psychiatrist or other health care professional had a duty of care to you and that a breach of that duty occurred. That means the care did not meet common acceptable standards. Successful malpractice claims often rely on the testimony of experts in the field who can describe why the care you received was negligent.
While it may be true that in some cases a hospital will offer a quick settlement that will cover your needs, medical malpractice claims are extremely complex. We have built a nationwide network of experts who we can call on to help prove where fault lies and the extent of the damage. You should not have to worry about this difficult legal work while you are also trying to deal with the consequences of a doctor’s negligent acts.
You should never talk to an insurance adjuster about your medical malpractice claim. Insurance companies try to limit their losses, which means they may try to take your words and use them against you. At the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A., our lawyers will handle the insurance companies on your behalf, putting you in the best position for success.
If you have developed a bedsore, if there is a safety hazard or if there is anything else that you think has endangered your safety, you can document it. Our attorneys will work hard to protect and enforce your rights.
You should only accept a settlement offer after discussing it with an attorney. In many cases of medical malpractice, especially those involving birth injuries, the victim may need ongoing medical care for years or even the rest of his or her life. A quick settlement offer may be good for the short term, but you could be left facing severe financial hardship down the road.
We can help you pick up the pieces and demand justice. Contact us today at 910-323-2555 to arrange a free initial consultation. If you cannot come to Fayetteville, our attorneys are more than willing to drive and meet with ill or injured clients who are unable to travel. We represent clients across North Carolina, as well as South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Pennsylvania.