South Jersey Medical Malpractice Lawyers

Has Your Life Been Turned Upside-Down By Medical Malpractice?

Medical professionals must uphold reasonable standards of care in their day-to-day work. When they slip up, it’s you — the patient — who suffers the consequences.

Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to hold health care practitioners responsible for their negligence. Medical malpractice cases can be exceedingly complex. You need a legal team that not only understands this challenging field, but also has proven experience and winning results.

At Folkman Law, we fit that description. Based in Cherry Hill, our award-winning medical malpractice attorneys have the skill, experience and knowledge to effectively advocate for you and your loved ones during this difficult time.

Our lawyers work with qualified experts to evaluate cases. By examining your medical records and other relevant evidence, we can help you get answers — and then take concrete action to pursue accountability.

$5.2 million verdict in a medical malpractice wrongful death case on behalf of an OB-GYN patient’s family.

$825,000 settlement for emergency room negligence wrongful death case on behalf of a minor for failure to diagnose and treat a deadly medical condition.

Medical malpractice can take many forms, including:

In many cases, it’s not always apparent what went wrong. The doctor or medical facility may not be completely forthright with you. The truth may come out only after an in-depth investigation.

Our lawyers work with qualified experts to evaluate cases. By examining your medical records and other relevant evidence, we can help you get answers — and then take concrete action to pursue accountability.

Folkman Law Offices:  Offering Free Case Reviews

It won’t cost you anything to receive a free telephone evaluation. Call our South Jersey medical malpractice lawyers today at 856-354-9444 or contact us online. We offer contingency fee representation and flexible appointment hours, and we handle medical malpractice claims across New Jersey and Pennsylvania.