Making Medical Malpractice Claims
The Bowling Christiansen Law Firm, A Professional Law Corporation’s primary practice area is medical malpractice. With offices in New Orleans and Gulfport (by appointment only), the Firm concentrates on the representation of patients and their families injured in a variety of ways by faulty medical care throughout the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee.
Lawyers from The Bowling Christiansen Law Firm are recognized by their peers to be leaders in trial practice and complex medical litigation. Our attorneys have been selected by Best Lawyers in America (David Bowling and the firm), Super Lawyers (reserved for the top 5%) for David Bowling and Zachary Christiansen as a Rising Star, and The American Board of Trial Advocates (recognizing David Bowling’s extensive jury trial experience.) The Firm carries Martindale-Hubbell’s highest AV-Preeminent rating for ability and ethics.
The Firm’s lawyers are assisted by a team of four skilled paralegals with extensive experience dissecting medical records, researching medical literature, and assisting with discovery.
Call 866-398-6169 for a confidential consultation. When you call our Firm, you will have the opportunity to speak directly to one of our attorneys to get an honest, candid assessment of your potential case. Your call will not be screened by a nonlawyer staff member.CONTACT US TODAY
What Do You Have To Prove To Win A Medical Malpractice Case?
The attorneys at The Bowling Christiansen Law Firm, A Professional Law Corporation, are experienced in handling all aspects of a medical malpractice claim, including:
- Establishing whether the conduct of the medical professional failed to meet the appropriate “standard of care.”
- Establishing whether the medical professional’s neglect led to the illness or injury in question.
- Obtaining expert witness testimony to support the claims of negligence and damages.
Speak to one of the attorneys at our Firm today if you believe a medical error resulted in your injury or a loved one’s injury or death.