Protecting Oklahoma Residents

Fighting for the Injured or Abused

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 Oklahoma City Personal Injury Lawyers

Offering One-on-One Guidance for Your Case

 

Any negligence or harm endured by an individual can lead to a costly recovery. This is especially true when the abuse goes against laws that have been established to protect the population’s well-being. This includes patients in medical malpractice cases and the elderly, in matters involving nursing home abuse. Intentional or unintentional mistreatment or negligence on the part of anyone, however, should always be rectified. If your family member has been harmed, he or she deserves compensation for the damage done. Our relentless Oklahoma City personal injury lawyers, Matthew D. Martin III and Danielle P. Fielding, have more than 20 years of combined experience honing their legal abilities as defense attorneys in personal injury, medical malpractice, birth injury, and nursing home negligence cases. This insight can prove valuable by providing an understanding of many of the defense tactics used by the opposing counsel to the negligent parties.

If you suspect that a loved one is being mistreated or if you have been hurt in an accident, Martin + Fielding can investigate the situation and take action to fight for the compensation you need. Call (405) 673-2377 or fill out our online form to get started.
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Put a Proven & Powerful

Personal Injury Team Behind You

Personal injury, medical malpractice, and nursing home abuse are often difficult and complex legal matters. When navigating through the justice system, it is nearly impossible to get through the matter without an in-depth knowledge of the law and the processes in your case. Attorneys Matthew D. Martin III and Danielle P. Fielding possess a wealth of experience defending negligent parties against accusations, equipping us with insider's knowledge of what it takes to develop a strong case against the opposing side. We are proud to serve all of the Oklahoma City Metro Area! 

 

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Past Clients Are Our Biggest Advocates

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Frequently Asked Nursing Home Abuse Questions

What determines whether or not I have a case?

To obtain justice in a personal injury, medical malpractice, or nursing home abuse claim, there needs to be proof of pain and suffering due to the negligence of another. This includes physical suffering and property damage from an accident, validation that a loved one has been subjected to poor and uncomfortable living conditions, or a proven failure of care from a hospital, doctor, or nurse.

What cases do you handle?

We provide guidance through a broad range of car and truck accident cases, medical malpractice matters, and nursing home abuse-related incidents, including sexual abuse, malnutrition, physical abuse, dehydration, emotional abuse, medical malpractice, falls, bedsores, and more. Connect with our firm to discuss how we can help you.

What is the value of my case?

Your case's worth all comes down to the level of severity involved with the injury, as well as the effect it has made on your friend, family member or loved one. Once we receive more facts about your case, we can thoroughly assess your insurance claim from all sides and develop solutions for pursuing a maximum settlement thereafter.

How much does it cost for you to represent us?

Our firm handles all cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning our clients pay us absolutely nothing unless we win a settlement on their behalf. How much we charge in the end depends on the amount we recover.

In what ways can I do my part to prevent nursing home abuse?

If you have a friend, loved one, or family member currently residing in an Oklahoma facility, you have what it takes to put a stop to abuse. We encourage you to have as much active involvement as possible when he or she is in the nursing home's care. Phone in and visit your loved one at the facility on a frequent basis. We find that unexpected pop-ins are most effective, that way you can get an idea of what happens on a daily basis without warning.

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