Medical Malpractice Attorney


Time. Resources. Technique.

If you sought medical care or treatment which ended with an unfortunate outcome, and you suspect that it is the result of a mistake on the part of a medical professional or medical facility, you have the right to seek monetary damages. Because of the inexact nature of medicine, proving that mistakes have been made – that a reduced quality of life, or loss of life, is in fact medical malpractice – is challenging. It requires an attorney with an intricate understanding of the laws regarding medical malpractice, an ability to interpret medical records, and a willingness to invest resources in a thorough investigation and obtaining costly expert opinions. Steven T. Snow of Mashpee is that attorney.

The Human Body Is Fragile

We get sick, and we get hurt. And when we’re quite sick or experience a major injury, we seek a doctor’s guidance. Unlike solving for X in a math equation, medicine is an inexact science. Despite a doctor’s best efforts, a cure for an illness or injury simply may not be possible.

It is also an unfortunate fact of life that medical providers make mistakes. They are, after all, human. If a doctor, a nurse, a physicians assistant, nurse practitioner or another medical provider, makes an error in diagnosing or treating your illness or injury, it can have grave consequences. Your quality of life may suffer, and your ability to earn a living may be altered. In the very worst-case scenario, a medical mistake may lead to a loss of life.

Medical Malpractice

When it isn’t possible to cure an illness, or fully recover from an injury, it’s no one’s fault and can be difficult to accept. When an illness isn’t cured, or an injury is not completely mended, because of a doctor’s or other medical staff error, it’s medical malpractice.

$2.3 Million medical malpractice
Bladder, Colon, Intestine Perforated During Hysterectomy

An example is this recent case trial settlement for $2,300,000 when a bladder, colon, intestine perforated during a hysterectomy surgery.

If you’ve had surgery to address reproductive concerns such as hysterectomy and tubal ligation, or a spinal cord injury – to address sciatica, spinal stenosis or a herniated or angulated discs and lower back pain – and have experienced post-operative problems, we encourage you to contact the Law Offices of Steven T. Snow. If you feel you had a disease incorrectly diagnosed or injury improperly treated, and it has affected your quality of life, please call us.

As a medical malpractice lawyer throughout the region, Attorney Snow’s unique experience in medical malpractice litigation generally involves improper surgical technique and/or poor clinical judgement. With more than 25 years in successfully representing victims of medical malpractice, Attorney Steven Snow has become one of the most respected Cape Cod medical malpractice lawyers, one who has consistently shown a willingness to devote the time and resources required to secure the best possible results for his clients.

Call for a Free Consultation

If you have been a victim of medical malpractice, call the Law Offices of Steven T. Snow today at 508.477.7100 or contact the firm online to schedule a free consultation. From his office in Mashpee, Attorney Steven Snow represents clients throughout Cape Cod and Southeastern Massachusetts, including clients residing in Barnstable, Bristol, Dukes, Nantucket, Norfolk, Middlesex, Plymouth and Suffolk Counties.