Hawaii Medical Malpractice Attorney
In 2014, 2016, 2018 and 2021, Ian Mattoch was recognized as Best Lawyer©’s “Lawyer of the Year” for Hawaii in the area of Medical Malpractice Litigation. These honors and recognition reflect Ian’s consistent and superior legal representation of Hawaii’s victims and their families in this highly specialized area of law.
Over 45 years, the Law Offices of Ian Mattoch has represented persons and their families who have been catastrophically injured or who have died as a result of a doctor, dentist, or hospital’s failure to provide the medical standard of care expected within the State of Hawaii. The Law Offices of Ian Mattoch has obtained settlements, judgments, and verdicts from dental and medical malpractice claims arising out of catastrophic and serious injuries.
In a dental or medical malpractice claim, it is paramount to have an attorney with resources to be able to hire experts who are not only board certified in specialty areas of medicine or dentistry, but to find experts who are currently treating patients in reputable hospitals or have academic appointments to conduct research and teach at nearby universities. Ian Mattoch has built relationships with qualified experts after collaborating on cases. You need an attorney and a law firm that has experience with working in this area of law with specific deadlines, hearings, and documentation requirements.
IF YOU ARE A VICTIM OF MEDICAL/DENTAL MALPRACTICE:
Call the Law Offices of Ian Mattoch for a free consultation. Make sure you continue to seek medical care and follow your physician’s recommendations in a timely manner. If you no longer trust your doctor, seek treatment from a doctor you can trust. If you do not follow your doctor’s recommendations, you may be accused of not mitigating your damages.
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“Antherium” by Wendy Albios, a neurotrauma survivor, speaks to her creativity and courage. This beautiful watercolor painting was purchased through the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific’s Art Program.