Medical Malpractice and Professional Negligence
A single medical malpractice suit can be devastating to health care professionals, whether they are individual practitioners, practice groups or facilities. With more than 60 years of experience and the successful defense of thousands of medical malpractice lawsuits, Bonne Bridge knows the best ways to counsel and represent health care providers, and if need be, go to trial and win medical malpractice suits.
We are trusted by medical practitioners including physicians and surgeons, nurses, physician assistants, chiropractors, optometrists, pharmacists, psychologists, marriage family therapists, licensed clinical social workers and allied health professionals to guide them through each step of the difficult experience of facing a claim for negligence or even intentional torts.
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Every case is different. We know how to develop a theory of defense and tailor the strategies to reach an optimal resolution. Our attorneys are aggressive in representing client interests, and often successful in resolving matters without the need for trial. When trial becomes the option, our legal prowess and outcomes are among the highest regarded in the defense industry.
Before we ever set foot in court, we formulate meticulously thought-out defense strategies that we can present to jurors in a compelling fashion. We aggressively gird for battle, assembling a team with a wide cross section of talents. We bring in the right experts from our vast network and are always at the forefront of the rapid changes in medicine. Our team understands complex medical issues and how to explain them in a way that everyday jurors and judges can understand.
Our litigation expertise goes beyond medical malpractice matters. In addition to defending personal injury lawsuits, we also represent clients regarding product liability issues, asbestos litigation and business litigation. An increasing number of professionals in architecture, engineering, and the law turn to us for representation in both professional liability and general liability matters.