Medical Negligence

Doctors, nurses, hospitals…these are supposed to be symbols of safety and health. For victims of medical malpractice, however, they may represent pain, injury, or even the loss of a family member. No amount of money can reverse the damage or replace your loved one, but many families find closure in seeking justice. If you have suffered due to medical malpractice, we want to help ensure your pain is not compounded by financial pressures. Our medical negligence litigation services cover a range of medical mistakes, including:

  • Surgical errors
  • Failure to diagnose cancer or other diseases
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Prescription errors
  • Birth injury
  • Hospital negligence
  • Nursing mistakes

We Take on the Tough Cases

We limit our medical malpractice caseload to focus on cases most devastating to families. With over 25 years of experience in personal injury and medical malpractice cases, our founding attorney Lanny Darr has a natural advantage, but successful litigation is still a function of hard work. Medical institutions and their insurers defend rigorously against malpractice lawsuits, so every argument must be evaluated, every angle carefully considered, and each specialist selected for optimal force. Darr Firm is ready and willing to invest this hard work in order to achieve the closure you deserve.


Recent case results

Doe v. Family Services Visiting Nurses Association

Seventy-Two (72) women who were given gynecological and breast exams by an individual claiming to be a licensed physician’s assistant. He was not licensed and was unqualified to perform ex... read more

Skinner v. Harrison

Medical malpractice case against a doctor who perforated our client’s colon during a screening colonoscopy. It is not malpractice to rupture a colon during a colonoscopy. Unfortunately, this doctor had good reason to know he had made a hole in the colon, but did nothing to repair it. Ms. Skinner b... read more

Arth v. Olroyd, et al.

Medical malpractice claim against a podiatrist and hospital when surgery was performed on the wrong foot. Settlement with podiatrist and hospital that employed the nursing st... read more