Seeking Compensation For Medical Malpractice

Doctors take a Hippocratic Oath: "First do no harm." Medical malpractice occurs when this oath is violated, or ignored. James J. Farley of Baltimore represents victims of malpractice and surviving family members. Cases include:

  • Birth injuries
  • Cerebral palsy and Erb's palsy
  • Brain damage
  • Unnecessary surgery
  • Hospital negligence
  • Cancer misdiagnosis
  • Delayed diagnosis
  • Anesthesia injuries
  • Pharmaceutical injuries
  • Wrongful death

Attorney James J. Farley Has Recovered Millions For Medical Malpractice Victims

When you have been injured due to the negligence of a doctor or hospital, James J. Farley has the experience and skill to effectively fight for your rights.

Read about what makes a strong medical malpractice claim:
Although medical providers sometimes make mistakes and injure their patients, not all of the injuries are serious enough to cover the time and costs necessary to recover compensation for the injured victim. This page can answer some of your questions.

Our firm works with experts that evaluate your medical records and the facts of your case to determine whether the providers who treated you are guilty of medical malpractice. If we determine that the medical providers in your case were negligent and the injuries you sustained are severe enough, a medical malpractice claim can be filed on your behalf.

Your case will be reviewed, free of charge, and you owe nothing unless we recover money on your behalf.

If you suspect you've been mistreated or not properly cared for by a medical professional, talk to lawyer James J. Farley. We will help you develop your case and get you the compensation you need for those costly out of pocket medical expenses or lost wages. We offer home, hospital and evening appointments 24 hours a day.

Email us your questions, or call our office at 410-402-5822.