Taking Good Care of Our Clients for Over 25 Years
No Fee Unless Successful
The Medical Malpractice Legal Team For Your Family
Our Little Rock and Dallas medical malpractice and wrongful death team has over 25 years of experience in these most serious and complicated cases. We understand the medicine, the complex legal requirements in this area of the law, and the unique problems suffered by families torn apart by the mistakes of a doctor you trusted.
You won't find anyone who has better qualifications. And nobody will treat your family better.
But don't take our word for it: check out our dozens of 5-Star Reviews on the independent lawyer review site AVVO HERE; or our clients' video reviews HERE; or a sampling of the cases we have handled.
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Our Promises to You
- You and your family will be protected and comfortable. Always. No exceptions.
- We will always tell you the absolute truth about your case. Whether the news is good or bad, you deserve to know it – all of it.
- You will get our personal attention. When you hire the Polewski Firm, you get the lawyer you hired--not a "case manager", and not an "associate".
Contact Us Today. Tomorrow May Be Too Late.
The law has very, very strict deadlines for when medical malpractice cases have to be filed. Investigation of these cases is often difficult and requires review of medical records and consultation with experts.
And every day you wait may be a day that a record is lost or a witness moves away. There is no reason to wait: there is no cost to you unless we win, and we do all the work on your medical malpractice case.
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You Deserve The Truth.
Your doctor will never tell you that he committed medical malpractice. Nor will other Arkansas doctors tell you that your doctor committed medical malpractice. The “conspiracy of silence” is very real, and very powerful.
Sometimes it's obvious that a doctor has committed malpractice: he has cut something he shouldn’t have, or sewed two body parts together that should be separate. Other times our clients only suspect that there has been medical malpractice. Something didn’t seem right, or the explanation for what happened didn’t sound right-or the doctor who did the surgery refuses to talk to you at all. They say things like "this was a 'complication'" or they pretend that what happened is "God's will".
Maybe. But maybe not. Don't you owe it to yourself and your family to know for sure? Is it fair for your family to pay bills and lose income because of a doctor's mistake?
All doctors have medical malpractice insurance to compensate patients for injuries caused by medical malpractice. If you have been hurt because of a doctor's mistake, that insurance is there for you.