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There Is No Excuse For Negligent Medical Errors

When you go to the doctor’s office or hospital, you trust that the doctors and nurses will give you the best care possible. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always happen. When schedules are tight and time is short, protocols can be missed and sometimes, shortcuts are taken. When physicians are impaired by age or their own ill health, they may overlook even the clearest signs of danger ahead. This betrayal of your trust can result in serious harm with irreversible or long-term consequences.

Hold Medical Staff Responsible For Their Mistakes

Medical malpractice can be difficult to prove because not every negative outcome is the result of negligence. That’s why it is important to work with an attorney who is experienced with medical malpractice cases and has a strong network of medical experts who can help determine who was negligent. I have many years of experience handling a wide range of medical malpractice cases. I thoroughly investigates each situation to build a strong case.

Common types of medical malpractice that can cause serious injury or death include:

  • Birth injuries
  • Misdiagnosis and delayed diagnoses
  • Medication errors
  • Failure to treat (bedsores, malnourishment, bowel impaction, etc.)
  • Surgical/anesthesia errors
  • Post-operative infections or complications
  • Negligent discharge from medical care

Whether the negligent party was a nurse, doctor, hospital staff member or nursing home pharmacist, you can rest assured knowing I will determine liability and make sure that the correct person is held accountable.

Professional Legal Insight Is Critical For Your Case

Medical malpractice cases often involve thousands of pages of medical evidence. Nearly every case requires testimony by one or more qualified medical experts. Because these cases require so much preparation, it is important for you to retain competent counsel in time to have your case settled or filed before the statute of limitations bars your claim.