Why Hire Our Team?
Aggressive & Honest Representation
At Rash Mueller, we are dedicated to representing clients who have been injured by medical malpractice, defective medical devices, and maritime negligence. No matter how complex your injuries seem, our Weston attorneys are ready to help. We believe that injured victims are looking for more than just monetary compensation - you are looking for justice and closure. We are willing to stand up on your behalf and fight for what you deserve.
Why Do Clients Trust Our Firm?
We operate on contingency fees, which means that we only accept payment if we are able to secure a monetary recovery. Our attorneys are accomplished trial lawyers who have represented clients in many large-scale cases nationwide. We handle cases using innovative approaches and creative strategies to improve our results in front of juries.
We also have represented hundreds of cases involving big corporations, and have secured millions of dollars in settlements for victims.
Some of the injury-related cases we’ve worked on include:
- Anesthesia errors
- Brain injuries
- Nursing errors
- Wrongful death
- BP oil spill claims
- Jones Act claims
- Class actions
- Talcum powder lawsuits
- Birth injuries, including cerebral palsy, brachial palsy, improper use of forceps, etc.
Damages We Can Recover
Our team has recovered millions of dollars for clients who have been wrongly injured by negligent parties. We believe the innocent shouldn’t have to go into financial debt as a result of having to pay their own medical bills. At-fault parties must be held responsible for their actions so they don’t harm additional individuals and families. No matter how large or powerful the entity, no one should be protected from consequences if they’ve harmed others.
We can secure fair and full compensation for the following damages:
- Property damage
- Lost wages or earning capacity
- Lost income after losing a loved one on whom you were financially dependent
- Medical bills, including ambulance rides, surgeries, hospital stays, medications, etc.
- Loss of companionship
- Burial and funeral expenses
- Pain and suffering