Experienced Attorneys In Medical Error Cases
An action for medical malpractice may arise when a patient has received negligent medical care from a doctor, nurse, anesthesiologist, pharmacist, or another health care professional resulting in the patient’s injury or possibly death.
With offices in New Orleans and Gulfport (by appointment only), The Bowling Christiansen Law Firm, has extensive experience handling complex medical malpractice cases throughout Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee. Our attorneys have access to medical and legal resources that assist them in evaluating whether or not a patient’s injury or death was caused by a health care provider’s negligence, and thus whether it is appropriate to file a medical malpractice action. The lawyers of The Bowling Christiansen Law Firm routinely immerse themselves in the medical literature applicable to the medical topics they are litigating.
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.CONTACT US TODAY
How Were You Injured?
The Firm handles a wide range of medical malpractice cases, including cases involving:
- Surgical errors
- Failure to diagnose or misdiagnosis of a disease
- Emergency department malpractice
- Anesthesia errors
- Nursing home injuries
- Nerve and brain injuries
- Pediatric malpractice and birth injuries
- Prescription drug errors
- Pharmacy drug errors
- Misinterpretation of X-rays, CT Scans, and MRIs
- Injuries during pregnancy and childbirth
- Cardiology malpractice