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Medical Malpractice Attorneys in
Las Cruces, New Mexico

When you are in the care of a doctor or another medical professional, they are responsible for your safety and well-being. Whether they are conducting tests, performing surgery, or prescribing medicine, health care providers should be held to a high standard of performance, because they act negligently, the results could be life-threatening.

At Lilley & O’Connell, P.A., we are dedicated to helping victims of medical malpractice hold responsible parties accountable. Our attorneys will work diligently to challenge negligent health care workers and advocate for the financial compensation you deserve. If a doctor, nurse, or another medical professional made a mistake that left you injured or in bad health, contact us immediately. We’ll set you up with a free consultation at our office in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

What Constitutes Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice is a form of personal injury in which a person, in this case, a medical professional, acted negligently and caused you severe harm. Incidents like these often cost victims a substantial amount of money while recovering. That is why we strive to hold negligent medical providers responsible for their actions.

If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of an error in diagnosing, treatment, or prescription, or if you endured injuries while giving birth,, reach out to us today to schedule a free consultation. If a medical professional was also responsible for the wrongful death of your loved one, let us take the burden off of your shoulders and help you seek financial compensation.

Statute of Limitations

The statute of limitations for a medical malpractice case in New Mexico is three years. The expiration date to bring your case to court is based on the date of the injury. It is difficult, however, to determine the statute of limitations for an injury that may not be apparent for a significant amount of time after it occurred.” In cases involving a child under the age of six, the statute of limitations expires on the child’s ninth birthday. So, in instances where a child is injured at birth, the parents have approximately nine years to file a medical malpractice lawsuit. For more information on medical malpractice, contact our Las Cruces law firm today.

We are passionate about protecting our clients and holding medical professionals accountable for their negligence. Let us fight for you.

Financial Caps

The state of New Mexico has set a financial cap on non-economic damages a plaintiff can be awarded in a medical malpractice case. Non-economic damages include the victim’s pain and suffering, enjoyment of life, or other losses. There is no limit set on economic damages a person may receive. Economic damages compensate for medical bills and other care a malpractice victim might need. If you are wanting to hold a medical professional or organization responsible for the harm that they have caused you, get in touch with us today to start seeking financial compensation.

Your Safety Is Important to Us

Medical institutes and their employees have a higher standard of performance to meet. When the line is crossed, and your health and safety are jeopardized, it is easy to get overwhelmed. Let our team of attorneys from Lilley & O’Connell, P.A. fight for your justice and seek the compensation that you deserve. Reach out to us in Las Cruces, New Mexico, today to set up your free initial consultation with our medical malpractice attorneys. Let us put your mind at ease and strive for a financial settlement for your pain and suffering.