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MEDICAL MALPRACTICE

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Medical negligence occurs when a doctor does something to a patient that a reasonably careful physician would not do or when a doctor fails to do something in treating a patient that the doctor should have done. Negligence in medical malpractice cases can occur in a variety of situations, such as:

  • A delay or failure in diagnosing a disease

  • A surgical or anesthesia-related mistake during an operation

  • A physician’s failure to gain the informed consent of the patient for an operation or surgical procedure

  • A physician that has made the correct diagnosis, but then fails to provide proper treatment

  • Misuse of prescription drugs or a medical device or implant

  • Hospital staff mistakes

  • Wrongful amputation

  • Delivery mishaps and birth injuries

In order to determine whether a potential malpractice case exists, a medical expert must carefully review the medical care in question to determine whether the patient received substandard care and whether the substandard care caused the patient to suffer substantial injuries.

 

After an initial review by our experienced Medical Malpractice attorneys, we will have board certified and objective medical experts conduct a complete review of the circumstances surrounding the cases we believe to have merit.  If a doctor certifies that the patient received substandard care, a malpractice claim may be pursued by our malpractice attorneys against those who provided medical care to the patient, including doctors, nurses, and hospitals.

 

Generally speaking, a medical malpractice claim may be pursued against those who provide medical or health care to a patient, including, physicians, registered nurses, hospitals, dentists, nursing homes, and pharmacists.  ciations, and corporations.