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Trecker & Fritz Attorneys at Law

Has Medical Malpractice Affected Your Life? Our Attorneys Are Here to Help

When you visit a hospital, clinic, or doctor's office, it is because you want to improve your health and your quality of life. But far too often in Hawaii, doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals harm you instead of help. In many cases, these medical mistakes are due to carelessness or negligence and could have been prevented. In fact, a recent study found that an estimated 195,000 people die in the United States each year because of a totally preventable medical error.

At Trecker & Fritz, we understand that medical errors can be extremely detrimental to your health, your family and your life. Each year in Hawaii, hundreds of people lose a loved one because of a missed diagnoses or a surgical error. Others face a lifetime of disability and medical bills after a birth injury or anesthesiology error. Even after a medical error has been corrected or addressed, victims of medical malpractice can struggle with disabilities, chronic pain, nerve damage, depression, anxiety, and even post-traumatic stress. You may have lost wages, lost your ability to return to work, or even lost your ability to complete everyday tasks.

medical malpractice in HawaiiWith a law office in Honolulu, and serving all of Hawaii, we are dedicated to helping those who have been affected by a medical error to collect damages and get their lives back on track. While it is impossible to completely undue the damage of a serious medical error, we can make certain that you are compensated in a just and fair manner and that the person or hospital that committed the medical mistake takes responsibility for their error.

We epresent lients in Hawaii who have been the victims of the following types of medical mistakes:

  • Failure to diagnose, delayed diagnosis, and wrong diagnosis
  • Birth injuries, such as cerebral palsy or Erb's palsy
  • Anesthesia errors
  • Surgery errors
  • Wrong side surgery or wrong site surgery
  • Foreign objects left behind in patients
  • Improper use of a medical device or a defective medical device
  • Medication errors and prescription drug mistakes
  • Improper treatment

Medical malpractice lawsuits can be complex and overwhelming - especially for those who have recently gone through a traumatic medical experience. At Trecker & Fritz, we will stand by your side throughout every step of the process and guide you through to the best outcome possible for your case. Along the way, we will enlist the efforts of medical experts located both in Hawaii and on the mainland - experts who will analyze the evidence of your case and help us determine who was at fault for your medical mistake and why.

Our Medical Malpractice Attorneys Work With Hawaii Residents, Visitors, Tourists, and Military Personnel

Hawaii encompasses a unique mix of full-time residents, part time residents, visitors, international tourists, and those serving in the military. Some may believe that not being a Hawaii resident could complicate their medical malpractice case or their ability to secure compensation for their medical mistake, but we have handled many such cases in past years and have the technology and know-how to approach these issues. Do not let your location or your status stop you from finding out more about your Hawaii medical malpractice case!

Learn More Aabout Your Hawaii Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

In Hawaii, medical malpractice cases generally have a two-year statute of limitations. (Each case needs to be analyzed individually by a lawyer to determine the statue of limitations.)  It is imperative that you contact a medical malpractice lawyer as soon as possible after you or a loved one suffers from a medical mistake. We offer our clients a free, confidential meeting with an experienced Hawaii medical malpractice attorney so that you can better understand the legal implications of your medical mistake and your best options for action. Call us today, toll-free, at (800) 237-9300.