South Milwaukee, Oak Creek & Franklin Medical Malpractice Attorney

RN combines medical and legal experience to serve injured patients

Medical malpractice has terrible consequences for trusting patients. Martin Law Office, S.C. has a distinct advantage over other Milwaukee malpractice law firms, and every other Wisconsin malpractice law firm, because attorney Kevin Martin has worked in the medical field as a registered nurse. As a cardiac and medical surgical nurse in an intensive care unit, Kevin worked on the forefront of technologically advanced medicine. His knowledge of procedures, protocols, medical ethics, medical devices, medications and other aspects of modern medicine benefits our malpractice clients across a wide range of issues, including:

  • Failure to diagnose
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Delayed diagnosis
  • Surgical error
  • Anesthesia error
  • Failure to monitor
  • Prescription drug error
  • Hospital error
  • Nursing home neglect

Medical ethics and legal responsibility for patient injury

Kevin Martin, RN decided to become Kevin Martin, JD when he took a course on nursing ethics and the law.  It soon became apparent that Kevin's many talents could be used best by advocating for patients and fighting to correct systemic problems in the health care system. Kevin hopes that his work as a malpractice attorney delivers justice to injured patients and also changes caregiver procedures and protocols to provide greater security for future patients.

Caregiver compassion and aggressive advocacy at your service

Patients who've been harmed by their health care providers must overcome more than their injuries. They've had their trust damaged by professionals who promised to help and wound up hurting them. At Martin Law Office, S.C., we understand how your feeling of betrayal could cause you to lose confidence in other professionals promising to help. We provide personalized services with close access to your attorney and continuous communication. But our sensitive bedside manner shouldn't imply that we won't fight aggressively to secure the full compensation to which you are entitled, including:

  • Medical bills
  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost wages
  • Lost future earnings
  • Rehabilitation costs
  • Future medical costs for correcting harm done by malpractice

Contact a concerned medical malpractice attorney in Wisconsin

Martin Law Office, S.C. accepts medical malpractice cases on a contingency basis, so there's never any upfront cost to our clients. To schedule a free consultation, call us at 414-856-4010 or contact our Oak Creek office online.

By Kevin Martin