Have you been injured by a doctor, nurse, or any other healthcare provider? You may be entitled to seek compensation through legal action - but acting quickly is important. Very few medical malpractice claims are won by victims. One of the surest ways to protect your rights is with the help of an experienced personal injury lawyer. Call us today for a free consultation and learn more.
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Liability in a medical malpractice case can vary based upon the circumstances of the injury and the employment status of the person who caused it. Surgeons, nurses, anesthesiologists, attending physicians, and hospitals may all bear some responsibility.
If you have been injured while under the care of medical professionals – even in an emergency room – you may be entitled to seek compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and personal pain and suffering. The best way to determine if your case qualifies as medical malpractice is through a one-
Women deserve to enjoy the rewarding journey of pregnancy and childbirth while receiving competent, reasonable medical care. Unfortunately, the negligent actions of a physician or obstetrician during a woman’s pregnancy can have devastating consequences. While these cases can be rare, negligent medical treatment may cause harm to the mother, her unborn baby, or both.
Lung cancer claims the lives of more men and women than any other type of cancer. Failure to diagnose cancer is a type of medical malpractice that can deprive a patient of early diagnosis and treatment, which can have severe consequences. Healthcare professionals have a duty to take reasonable steps to detect lung cancer, including recommending appropriate screenings for high-risk patients.
Recently, JAMA Surgery reported that for the nearly three million surgeries that are performed every year, almost 80 percent of deaths, complications, and costs are due to seven emergency surgery procedures. These emergency procedures can range from relatively simple operations to highly invasive procedures. However, they all have one thing in common. Medical errors in emergency surgery are costing thousands of Americans their lives each year.