Dealing with the death of a loved one is never easy – especially when it resulted from any medical malpractice. The team at Whiting and Bruner specializes in navigating the complexities of VA law and helping you get the financial compensation you deserve. They treat you like family and work hard to conclude your case in a timeline that allows you to move on and heal.
The VA is notorious for mishandling records and information, stretching out cases, and consistently failing to serve their patients with the proper care. Though this is extremely sad and wrong, Oklahomans are in good hands with the team at Whiting and Bruner. You deserve more than the poor treatment provided by the Oklahoma VA.
Whiting and Bruner serve not only veterans but also current service members and their families. They serve every client with the utmost respect and mission to treat you like the hero you are.
With offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, they are easily accessible and ready to help you wherever you are in Oklahoma. Don’t let the VA continue to get away with the mistreatment of their patients.
It can be intimidating to pursue a medical malpractice case against the VA. Still, Whiting and Bruner compassionately guide you through the process, answering any questions you may have along the way.
Oklahoma defines wrongful death as a situation “when the death of one is caused by the wrongful death of another.” If the individual would have lived through the act that caused death, the deceased individual would have been able to bring forth a personal injury lawsuit to receive damages.
Many people don’t realize that there is a timeframe in which you can pursue a legal case after an incident has occurred. If, at first, you don’t realize that the death has occurred because of the VA, you should consider reaching out to Whiting and Bruner anyways, within two years of the incident. They can go through the circumstances and determine whether any legal action can be taken.
The loss of loved ones, realizing that they have been mistreated at the hands of an organization designed to protect and care for them, is one of the most difficult things to handle. Whiting and Bruner will work with you no matter the situation, guiding you and protecting you during any legal process you decide to pursue.
Medical malpractice is their specialty, meaning they handle cases beyond wrongful death. If you or someone you know has experienced misdiagnosis, negligence, general malpractice, failure to diagnose, or wrongful death – Whiting and Bruner can help.
With over 500 satisfied clients, 700 successful cases, and 500 lives changed – Whiting and Bruner should be your choice of Oklahoma VA wrongful death lawyer. Contact their team today for a free consultation and begin the path to healing.