“Ronda is an excellent attorney. She is extremely knowledgeable, personable and caring. She kept us informed every step of the way and consulted with top doctors in the neurological field. Her insight into the needs of a stroke patient were phenomenal. Our case was settled out of court to our satisfaction being confident we will be able to care for our loved one now and in the future.”
Ronda Little is an experienced medical malpractice lawyer, who provides service focused representation to victims of medical malpractice. She specializes in significant injury and death claims. She works to obtain answers, accountability and financial compensation for her clients. Ms. Little has significant experience with a wide array of medical malpractice topics including coronary artery disease\heart attacks, spinal cord and brain injuries, stroke, pulmonary embolism, cancer, kidney injuries, surgery and anesthesia errors, chiropractic injuries, pathology errors, emergency room, and urgent case negligence.
Ms. Little has been named to the Super Lawyers list for 2019. She also is a Sustaining Member for the Michigan Association for Justice.
When something goes wrong with medical care, it is often impossible for patients and families to get straight answers. Doctors and hospitals may not take the time to investigate or they may brush patients off in hopes of avoiding liability. Often, victims of medical malpractice are left in the dark about what happened. This is where I can help. My job is to figure out what happened, who was responsible, and whether the injury could, and should have been prevented.
If you have questions regarding the medical care that you, or a family member received, please contact me and we will discuss the facts and whether the situation merits further investigation. If so, we will obtain and review your medical records. We have several registered nurses, who will assist in this process. If it appears that medical malpractice has occurred, we will consult with qualified experts.
Sometimes our investigation results in a recommendation to pursue a medical malpractice lawsuit; however, even in the cases we do not pursue, the information gathered frequently provides needed information and answers.
The process for evaluating a medical malpractice case can take considerable time. There are also time limits for bringing a medical malpractice case (this is known as the “statute of limitations”). Therefore, if you have concerns about your medical care or the care received by a family member, it’s important to act promptly.
I would invite you to call me for a free consultation to discuss your case. At that time, when I learn about your case, I can explain how our firm can help, as well as the options available for seeking justice and compensation.