As you know, Hamstead, Williams & Shook's focus is on serious personal injury cases that arise from car wrecks, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, defective products and the like. To properly evaluate your case and consult with you, we need you to bring materials and information that will help us understand your situation.
We’ve seen it in the news, broadcasted on television, and trending on social media. Many of our nation’s police officers have been injured or killed in the line of duty to protect their city’s citizens against violent protesters. They were threatened during some of the post-election disturbances with Molotov cocktails and bottles being thrown at them in Portland and “Kill the police” chants from Indianapolis protesters.Read More
No one expects to be in a car accident, but it can happen to anyone on any day at any time.
An average of 5.6 million car accidents occur every year in the U.S., an average of 15,342 accidents per day. Out of those 5.6 million accidents, an average of 2.3 million people are injured as a result of careless drivers. These people suffer from injuries that cost them thousands of dollars in medical bills. They are often left unable to work or live their lives the way they did before the wreck.Read More
We can’t bring a loved one back who has been a victim of medical malpractice, but we can make sure that his or her family members are taken care of by getting them the compensation they deserve.
At Hamstead, Williams & Shook, we have teams of medical experts whom we consult with to review every medical malpractice case. These are serious and difficult cases and not every claim, not every bad result, is medical malpractice. So, when we get a case, we investigate it thoroughly by gathering and reviewing all of the relevant medical records. If a case has merit, we’ll consult with one of our experts in the medical field with an eye toward preparing a lawsuit to move forward in court.Read More
Have you been hurt by the fault of another person? Has it affected your ability to enjoy life the way you did before you were injured?
The law provides remedies to help you. You can often recoup your economic losses due to personal injury, and also be compensated for your pain and suffering. Maybe you can’t play with your children anymore because of the severity of your injuries. Maybe you can’t participate in sports and other recreational pursuits anymore. Whether you have physical pain or emotional distress, the civil justice system can provide recognition of your loss through monetary compensation.Read More