Medical Malpractice 

Medical Malpractice Lawyers in Sacramento

Backed by a Track Record of Success in Tough Cases

The anguish and suffering caused by medical negligence can be intense, and the legal path to pursuing fair compensation can be complicated. In order to ensure that your rights and interests are protected, call the Law Office of Vincent Van Ho to discover how our responsive attorneys can be at your side every step of the way to demand justice. We would be honored to handle the legal challenges on your behalf. Our team wants you to be able to focus on your recovery and moving forward.

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We Represent Malpractice Victims Across Sacramento, Santa Clara & Solano Counties

If you think you have a medical malpractice case, there is no time to waste. Make sure you have the diligent, powerhouse representation you need and deserve. Contact the Law Offices of Vincent Van Ho to discuss your case, your legal options, and what to expect in a free, confidential consultation. We are ready to help you seek justice and find peace of mind after everything you have been through.

Contact a medical malpractice lawyer with our online form or call (916) 507-2264 today to take the first step.

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How to Build a Strong Medical Malpractice Claim

Not every medical mistake amounts to negligence, and negligence is the basis for any medical malpractice claim. And even if you can clearly prove that a doctor (or other medical professional) acted carelessly or incompetently, you would still need to prove that you were directly harmed by this negligence itself, and not some other cause. For instance, if a patient was harmed in a risky procedure, but it’s something that could reasonably have occurred with any other competent doctor and the patient gave informed consent, it may not be malpractice. 

Beyond negligence, you would have to then connect this negligence directly to the injury you suffered. It is possible for a physician to be negligent, but for something else to have caused injury or death. This tricky step typically requires a medical expert to assert that the injury was the result of a doctor’s negligence and not some other cause. To complete the claim, you would also need to tie the injury to damages such as pain, extra medical expenses, temporary or permanent disability, income losses, etc.

To mount a compelling claim then, you will not only need a skilled legal advocate to craft the arguments needed, but you will also need testimony from one or multiple medical experts.

Why Choose Our Medical Malpractice Attorneys?

  • 24/7 Availability for Our Clients
  • Zero Attorney Fees Until You Win Your Case
  • Attorneys Handle Your Case, Not Clerks or Paralegals
  • Vietnamese & Spanish Services Available

Not only can you have the confidence that your case is handled by qualified attorneys, but you can also know that the professionals working on your case have a specific legal background in personal injury and medical malpractice law. There is good reason that we have a reputation for winning our cases. Please don’t hesitate to find out how we can leverage our drive and insight to help you recover the financial damages you’re owed.

Call (916) 507-2264 to reach our Sacramento medical malpractice firm today or request your free consultation online to get started.

Understanding Compensation for Medical Malpractice Cases

In a medical malpractice lawsuit, you could be demanding fair compensation for:

  • Pain and suffering (physical and emotional)
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Loss of consortium
  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages

In fewer instances, you may also be able to pursue punitive damages. This would require something more intentional and heinous, like a physician purposefully botching a procedure to ensure the patient has to pay for additional treatment, or a surgeon performing operations while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. It can also include cases where a doctor made an honest mistake, but then intentionally sought to cover it up.

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