Do you suspect that you have been a victim of medical malpractice? Medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the USA, as reported in a recent study. Medical professionals, including surgeons, nurses, anesthesiologists, and others working in the healthcare field are human beings, and prone to making mistakes. Unfortunately, these errors can have terrible consequences for the patient. Call for a free consultation with an experienced lawyer today at 855-585-1500.
The most common types of medical mistakes include:
- Delayed diagnosis
- Improper treatment
- Medication errors
- Anesthesia errors
- Surgical errors
- Defective or incorrectly used medical equipment
- Labor and delivery errors
- Faulty medical devices
Are You A Victim Of Medical Malpractice?
A doctor or other medical professional who made a mistake in treatment may or may not have committed medical malpractice. A successful medical malpractice claim or lawsuit will be based on the legal concept called the “duty of care.” A doctor, nurse, or another practitioner must exercise a reasonable level of care when diagnosing or treating a patient.
The first step is to establish that your doctor failed to act reasonably in delivering treatment, diagnosing a condition, or other medical care, breaching his or her duty of care. Evaluating a suspected case of medical malpractice will require a full review of your medical records to determine whether medical negligence or a medical error occurred.
Why You Need A Medical Malpractice Attorney
A successful medical malpractice lawsuit will involve fully establishing four elements, supported by compelling evidence:
- The doctor or other medical professional owed you a duty of care.
- That party acted in a manner that breached the duty of care.
- The medical professional breached the duty of care.
- You or a loved one suffered measurable harm as a result of the error or negligent medical care.
If you think that a family member may be a victim of medical malpractice, you need legal counsel from an experienced medical malpractice attorney who has an extensive track record of success. Medical malpractice cases are often complicated, highly-technical, and will require a skilled attorney to help you bring a lawsuit.
Who Is Held Liable In Medical Malpractice Cases?
Every case has unique facts. To identify all liable parties will require a full review of what occurred. Generally, the parties who may be named in a lawsuit may include:
- The doctor, nurse, or another medical professional who made the error or acted in a negligent manner
- The hospital, clinic, or health center
- The pharmaceutical company
How To File A Medical Malpractice Claim?
If you or a close family member has suffered a serious health condition, worsened condition, illness, surgical error, birth error or infection, or died under medical care, and you suspect medical malpractice, connect with a qualified, experienced medical malpractice lawyer at once. You may be entitled to a significant level of compensation.
Free Consultation At Rodriguez Law Firm
Medical providers, hospitals, and clinics have malpractice insurance to protect against the financial losses associated with medical malpractice. These insurers cover medical practitioners and attempt to avoid paying damages. They fight cases of medical malpractice with teams of corporate defense attorneys who go to great lengths to try to prove that no malpractice occurred, or that a settlement should be as low as possible.
At Rodriguez Law Firm, our team of litigators is very familiar with the tactics employed by insurance company defense lawyers, and what it takes to achieve justice and fair compensation.
MEDICAL MALPRACTICE ATTORNEY: :SEASONED TRIAL ATTORNEYS
Our team of medical malpractice lawyers offers a high level of personal service, care, and focused attention. Our founder, Dagoberto Rodrigues, is licensed to practice law in state courts. We are seasoned litigators and have the trial experience you need in a case of medical malpractice. We offer a free, no-obligation consultation to evaluate your case.
WHAT IS MY CASE WORTH?
Every case is different. The value of the compensatory damages will reflect the long-term impact on the life and health of the victim. Three types of damages are available:
- Economic damages: The financial losses incurred as a result of the malpractice include lost wages, lost earning capacity, medical bills, and other hard costs.
- Non-economic damages: These damages reflect the emotional anguish and pain and suffering associated with the medical error or act of medical negligence.
- Punitive damages: Punitive damages are to punish, and may be awarded in cases of gross negligence. These damages are capped at $350,000.
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We urge you to contact Rodriguez Law Firm today at 855-585-1500 for a free case evaluation.