MEDICAL MALPRACTICE

If you believe that you or a loved one was injured by medical malpractice, the idea of filing a medical malpractice lawsuit can be overwhelming. Yet medical malpractice law is, in its essence, rather straightforward. If a doctor, hospital or another health care provider fails to follow standard medical procedures, they can be held accountable for any resulting injuries or fatalities.​

Anesthesia mistakes are most often thought of as occurring in an operating room, however, they can occur during labor and delivery, in pre-op and recovery rooms, during dental procedures, and during numerous out-patient procedures in clinics and doctor’s offices.

NURSING HOME ABUSE

Nursing home neglect can occur when a patient does not receive the emotional, physical and psychological care needed to maintain a quality of life.

PRESCRIPTION ERRORS

When you’ve been the victim of a pharmacy error, or your doctor prescribed you multiple medications with harmful interactions.

ER - HOSPITAL NEGLIGENCE 

If a doctor or other hospital employee is ignored the rules and procedures, did not have the proper skills, or just simply careless, the hospital may be held responsible for a patient’s injuries.

BIRTH INJURIES

A tragic event becomes even more traumatic when the parents learn their newborn child’s injury could have been prevented.

HEPATITIS, HIV EXPOSURE

Thousands of patients who underwent surgery may have been exposed to hepatitis B, hepatitis C or HIV during their operations.

MISDIAGNOSIS

When a misdiagnosis from a doctor, healthcare provider or a medical professional results in financial distress, pain, stress, serious injury, or even death.

 

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