Medical Malpractice

When faced with a medical malpractice claim, healthcare providers require respected, experienced counsel they can trust to defend their practices and reputations. The attorneys in our Medical Malpractice Group are devoted to the defense of physicians, nurses, practice groups and hospitals in malpractice cases, which provides unique insight into the complexities of this type of litigation. 

At Friday, Eldredge & Clark, we are focused on providing our healthcare clients with consistently talented, ethical and efficient representation before state licensing boards and in all stages of litigation though jury trial and appeal. 

Focused on Clients

In everything we do, we are client focused. We are privileged to represent the full range of healthcare professionals, which includes:

  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Dentists
  • Therapists/Counselors
  • Hospitals
  • Home Health Agencies
  • Physician Practice Groups
  • Drug and Medical Device Manufacturers

Focused on our Team

All of the lawyers in our Medical Malpractice Group devote 100% of their practice to litigation with a primary emphasis on defending claims involving medical malpractice. We represent healthcare professionals in all stages of litigated matters through jury trial, as well as in other contested matters such as before state licensing boards. 

Several of our attorneys are honored to be fellows in America’s most prestigious legal organizations, including the American College of Trial Lawyers and the American Board of Trial Advocates, which offer admission to only a small fraction of the country’s top attorneys by invitation only, and only after completing a rigorous review process.  The lawyers in this group are consistently listed in research-based directories such as The Best Lawyers in America and Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers in Business. In 2018, all of the firm’s medical malpractice attorneys were ranked for inclusion in Mid-South Super Lawyers which selects attorneys based on peer nominations, evaluations and independent research.