March 19, 2018

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Medical Malpractice Claims

There are dozens of things that can go wrong while seeking medical care, and for the most part patients have an understanding of the standard risks involved with medical attention, including medication dangers and possible treatment complications. However, beyond minor mistakes and calculated risks, is the legal violation known as medical negligence.

Examples of Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice occurs when a trained medical professional deviates from the medical industry’s accepted standards of care. For a claim to be legitimate, the malpractice must have resulted in serious physical harm to the patient. Medical malpractice cases may involve the following scenarios:

  • Nursing home malpractice
  • Negligence during labor and delivery
  • Failure to diagnose cancer and other diseases
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Improper diagnostic testing
  • Prescription errors
  • Surgical errors
  • Staph and other infections due to lack of sterility
  • Failure to obtain informed consent for treatment
  • Anesthesia errors

The results of malpractice are often life-altering and occasionally fatal. Medical malpractice attorneys handle a variety of cases involving injuries such as brain damage, paralysis, organ damage, metastasized cancer, heart damage, stroke, and other serious health problems.

Investigating Suspicion of Medical Malpractice

Whether you are certain a medical professional was at fault or you’re following a nagging suspicion, the personal injury lawyers found at are willing to listen to your story and help you uncover the truth.

First steps of bringing a medical malpractice claim include sharing the events with your attorney and presenting any and all medical paperwork. Once it is determined that you have grounds for a case, the team will file your claim and get to work investigating, working with medical experts, and seeking the full dollar amount your family deserves. Although no amount of money can make up for the sacrifice of good health, quick compensation can help you afford high quality medical care and keep family costs covered so you can focus on recovery.

If you or your loved one have paid the price of health for a doctor or hospital’s mistake, it’s time to talk to a skilled medical malpractice attorney. Please click here to find a medical malpractice law firm in your area.