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Swift action is needed in Kentucky medical malpractice cases

Anyone who has suffered harm at the hands of a medical professional has likely wondered at some point if he or she has a claim for medical malpractice. While it isn’t the answer that most people would want, the truth is that not all bad outcomes of medical care would qualify as medical malpractice.

Another fact that might shock people is that there is a very short statute of limitations in Kentucky for medical malpractice and wrongful death. That statute of limitations is one short year. That time usually starts from the time the malpractice occurred. As you can see from that time limit, taking swift action if you have been harmed by a medical professional is vital.

Failing to take action within the legal statute of limitations means that you aren’t going to be able to pursue a civil case down the line. You don’t want to miss your chance to take action and hold the medical professional accountable for the malpractice or negligence. We can help you to learn about how you can handle your case.

Our Covington and Cincinnati attorneys at TLF can help you determine if you have a claim for medical malpractice. We have experience in medical malpractice cases and can go over your case with you. We can help you to discover your options for seeking compensation for your injuries.

If a medical professional failed to diagnose you or someone you love and it led to further injury or wrongful death, you have the right to obtain compensation through a medical malpractice claim. We can provide you with the compassionate representation you need as you seek to hold the party liable. For a completely confidential and free consultation regarding your medical misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose claim, call the experienced Kentucky and Ohio medical malpractice attorneys at TLF: The Medical Injury Law Firm today.


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We are happy to offer a free consultation to evaluate your case. If you hire us as your legal counsel, we will represent you on a contingency-fee basis. You will pay no attorneys’ fees unless we recover financial damages.