Our law firm is experienced with private ambulance accident cases and has been representing victims of medical transfer injuries for over 20 years. A medical transfer / private ambulance is a wheelchair accessible van used to transport the disabled or elderly in non-emergency situations. They are typically used by adult day care centers, nursing homes, EMS facilities, hospitals, fire departments, and centers for the developmentally disabled. These vehicles are meant to help people, but many times they are staffed by inexperienced or over-worked employees.
These hazardous conditions lead to unnecessary injuries of the innocent person being transported. If you or a loved one has suffered from an ambulance injury or collision, we are here to help.
Our law firm always investigates ambulance injuries thoroughly to get to the bottom of exactly how the accident occurred. We look into critical evidence relating to the ambulance itself and the responsible company such as broken seatbelts, malfunctioning chair lifts, negligent employees and company background history to build a strong case in your favor. It is important to contact us soon after the injury has occurred to prevent lost evidence and statements from possible witnesses. We leave no stone unturned in finding out how negligence played a part in the ambulance injury. Our goal is to get you compensated for your damages and hold the responsible parties accountable for their negligent actions.
You need to feel confident in selecting an attorney who is right for you. We will talk with you and listen to your concerns, and relieve some of the uncertainty and stress you are under. Our free consultation is an opportunity for you to discuss your injury case with us and obtain some solid information and advice. We will inform you of your rights and advise you on what is the best course of action relative to your claim, even if you decide to not retain our services. It is important that you contact an injury attorney as soon as possible to prevent evidence from being lost, witnesses disappearing, and deadlines for filing lawsuits expiring. Contact us today so we may answer your questions.