Pursuing justice regarding medical malpractice in Hawaii

On Behalf of | Mar 28, 2016 | Medical Malpractice |

Substandard medical care remains problematic in Hawaii and throughout the nation. Countless victims have suffered personal injuries due to medical malpractice in situations that may have been prevented had staff members been more diligent. When a patient has trusted doctors, nurses and/or other medical professionals to provide safe and thorough care and serious errors are made that result in injury or illness, justice can be sought through the legal system.

Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks represents victims of medical injury throughout the Hawaiian Islands and elsewhere in the Pacific region. Our law firm has successfully litigated cases to obtain settlements and verdicts on our clients’ behalves in various types of medical malpractice situations. Whether your injuries were the result of an anesthesia error, an emergency room mistake or a surgical mishap, we are prepared to help you seek full recovery for your losses.

To begin the process, we can launch a thorough investigation into your claim to help identify all possible sources of liability. We can also enlist the assistance of other medical experts who can offer testimonies that may confirm your claim. Many times, we have been able to obtain successful settlements for our clients without going to trial. However, we are ready to aggressively litigate your position when the situation calls for it.

Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks also helps parents whose infants have suffered debilitating birth injuries due to doctor error and other negligent medical care during labor and delivery. Many birth injuries cause permanent brain damage and other conditions requiring life-long medical care and living assistance. This type of care is expensive, and parents have the right to be compensated in order to help offset those costs. If you are considering filing a medical malpractice claim in Hawaii, you can call our office to schedule a free consultation.