Medical malpractice law governs the liability of healthcare providers (i.e. doctors, nurses, hospitals, nursing home facilities, etc.) when they cause harm to a patient by failing to comply with the standard of care in the related medical field.

Examples of medical malpractice often may include:
Missed diagnosis
Delayed diagnosis
Lack of informed consent
Birth injuries
Healthcare provider errors
Misread X-rays, slides, and ultrasounds

When medical malpractice takes place, the injuries that a patient can incur greatly vary.   Some injuries that medical malpractice cause include:


Brain damage
Amputation of a limb
Serious infections

Medication errors
Spinal cord injuries
Nursing home abuse and neglect
Defective medical devices
Improper treatment

Organ damage
Advancement of a disease or cancer

If you, or someone you know, has been injured as a result of medical malpractice claim, please contact us for a free consultation.

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