Our personal injury attorneys understand that medical practice cases require a team of lawyers, nurses and others trained to review the facts of these cases, including medical records. Our team of medical malpractice personal injury lawyers aggressively and zealously represent our clients and obtain the best possible results. We have a team of highly respected medical malpractice experts to determine the type of medical malpractice and how and why it happened. At times, we will work with other law firms that have particular expertise to assure that our clients receive the most thorough and zealous representation.
Medical malpractice happens in many ways, and the effects of a doctor’s or a hospital’s negligence can be catastrophic. Medical malpractice occurs when a physician, nurse, or other health care provider deviates from the appropriate standard of care in the medical community and injures a patient. The most common types of medical malpractice include anesthesia mistakes, improper treatment, failure to deliver a baby properly, prescribing the wrong medication or the incorrect dosage of a drug, diagnosis errors, performing surgery improperly or performing surgery that was not necessary, failure to diagnose cancer and other conditions, infections that occur from improperly sterilized equipment or facilities, and failing to obtain a patient’s informed consent before performing surgery or other procedures.
When you need a personal injury attorney to represent you, a family member or friend who has suffered an injury as the result of medical malpractice, contact our team of professionals, whose goal is to represent every client zealously in order to obtain the best results possible in each case.
- Birth Injuries Caused By A Doctor’s Negligence
- Surgical Errors
- Post Surgery Injuries Due To Negligence
- Elder Care Abuse
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Medication Errors
- Abuse Of Those With Special Needs
- Mistakes In The Emergency Room
- Medical Malpractice Leading To Amputation
- Medical Malpractice leading to Wrongful Death
- Failure To Diagnose
- Delayed Diagnosis