Choosing a good malpractice attorney is essential to ensuring your case will be handled with the care it deserves. Since 1980, the law office of Nelson MacNeil Rayfield has provided effective, professional, and courteous service to the community. We focus on protecting the legal rights of our clients, and have experience handling the complexities of malpractice claims, ranging from case law to procedural rules. If you think you have a malpractice claim, the lawyers at Nelson MacNeil Rayfield are deeply committed to protecting those who have suffered from malpractice in the state of Oregon.
Nelson MacNeil Rayfield has extensive experience and commonly handles the following types of malpractice cases:
In the state of Oregon, malpractice refers to a “mistake” a professional made that caused someone harm. Under Oregon malpractice laws, that person is responsible for the harm they caused. Since professionals have a responsibility to use a degree of care, skill, and diligence in their work, anyone hired for professional services—doctors, dentists, lawyers—can be held liable for malpractice. Whether you believe your loved one is the victim of nursing home neglect or you believe you’re the victim of medical malpractice, our attorneys can help.
What Makes Us Different
With over 70 years of collective legal and trial experience, our malpractice lawyers will answer your questions at no cost, help point you in the right direction, or if need be, represent you and your malpractice claim in court. A successful claim requires a lawyer who understands the intricacies of a malpractice case, ranging from thoroughly investigating the claim to understanding the state-by-state regulations for filing.
Finding a reputable malpractice law firm with attorneys who are understanding, compassionate, and willing to fight on your behalf is essential. When choosing a law firm to handle your malpractice case, look for:
- Experience you can trust
- Specialty in malpractice litigation
- Satisfied clients
- Fair fee structure
If you want to know more about malpractice legal issues, refer to our articles below: