Medical Malpractice/Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

Representing the Victims of Malpractice and Elder Abuse

People trust medical professionals to take care of them and the people they love. Because of this trust, an injury caused by a professional can be all the more devastating. When a person feels like they have been betrayed, people often feel angry, hurt, confused and betrayed.

At Farese, Farese & Farese, we understand. Since 1939, our attorneys have been helping injured people throughout west Tennessee and north Mississippi. We represent the victims of medical malpractice and nursing home abuse and neglect.

We are ready to help these victims reclaim their lives by holding negligent doctors, nurses, hospitals and nursing homes accountable for the harm they cause. Regardless of how you were injured, we can help:

  • Birth injury
  • Medication errors
  • Failure to diagnose / cancer misdiagnosis
  • Surgical error
  • Emergency room error
  • Nursing home abuse or neglect

Not every bad result means that medical malpractice has occurred. But while there are certain risks involved in all medial procedures, doctor errors do occur. One of the largest errors doctors make is not advising their patients of these risks.

The Technology to Successfully Handle Your Medical Malpractice Case

The experienced personal injury attorneys at Farese, Farese & Farese use state-of-the-art technology to gather and present your medical malpractice case. We work with digital cameras, video, color photography and computer-generated diagrams to preserve evidence. We work with other professionals to help achieve positive results. Investigators contact witnesses, obtain statements and uncover vital information to prove your malpractice claim.

The best way to learn about your legal options after medical malpractice is to talk with an attorney. To schedule a free and confidential consultation with a lawyer at Farese, Farese & Farese, call us at 662.587.8099 or toll free at 1.888.341.0243. You may also complete our online contact form.