We put our trust into our physicians, medical laboratories, hospitals, therapists – many medical professionals and institutions – to provide safe and appropriate care. If they fail to meet these professionally accepted and appropriate standards of care by omission or error, catastrophic injury or even death can occur. If you or a loved one has suffered catastrophic injury because of medical malpractice, you will need the 37 years of experience of Grand Rapids Medical Malpractice Attorney, Stephen L Grimm, in aggressively pursuing the legal actions needed for your deserved compensation.
Medical Malpractice Lawsuits
Medical Malpractice lawsuits require highly skilled and experienced trial attorneys, a comprehensive team of expert witnesses, the committed representation of clients, and the necessary financial resources. These claims require more than an attorney who practices in several areas of law; what is needed is a highly qualified attorney who specializes in the field of Medical Malpractice Law – one who has delivered results time and time again. Stephen L Grimm is such an attorney, and is ready to win your medical malpractice claim.
Attorney Grimm has focused primarily in the area of Medical Malpractice Law in the Grand Rapids area for most of his successful career. If you have received a catastrophic injury due to medical errors, or if a loved one has died as a consequence of medical malpractice, ask now for a free consultation with our experienced Medical Malpractice Attorney in Grand Rapids, MI. Over the past 37 years, Stephen L Grimm has helped people who have suffered from almost every kind of Medical Malpractice, including:
- Medical negligence resulting in death
- Birth injury/delivery room errors
- Emergency room errors
- Hospital malpractice
- Prescription errors
- Psychiatric malpractice
- Surgical errors
- Cancer misdiagnosis
- Stroke misdiagnosis
- Heart attack misdiagnosis
- Infections misdiagnosis
- Anesthesia errors
- Radiology errors
- Nursing home abuse & neglect
Medical professionals and their attorneys do not readily admit mistakes. They fight aggressively against any charges of medical malpractice or medical negligence. It is their goal to convince juries that whatever catastrophic injury occurred, this outcome could not have been avoided.
At the Law Office of Stephen L Grimm, we prepare each case with the expectation of going to trial. We carefully investigate, then review all the evidence with our medical experts on staff; we then are prepared to present the evidence in a way a jury will easily understand. Before we go to trial, we also test our arguments and determine how best to explain complex medical evidence to a jury. (We are often consulted by other Medical Malpractice Attorneys as well.)