Hiring a Medical Malpractice Lawyer for your Recovery
When someone becomes injured as a result of Medical Negligence, it is imperative that you contact an experienced Medical Malpractice Injury Attorney with the necessary qualifications to take your case to trial if necessary.
Our lawyers may be able to file a lawsuit against the negligent doctor, nurse, hospital, or healthcare provider who caused the injury.
Being the victim of medical malpractice can cause life-long injuries or even death of the patient. It has been shown in a study by Johns Hopkins University in 2016 that Medical Malpractice has risen to become the 3rd leading cause of death in the US.
Medical malpractice lawsuits are very complex and nearly impossible to handle without legal aid.
Our Attorneys at The Roth Firm will devote the time and resources to help win your case.
We try to obtain the largest possible injury settlement for you in the shortest amount of time to make sure all of your expenses are covered, and you are more than compensated for your pain and suffering.
When an error happens because of a medical professional or hospitals negligence, you should not have to suffer the financial burden.
Our leading Medical Malpractice Attorneys offer a free case review to see how we can best assist your individual case needs.
We will drive to meet you at your home, workplace or to the hospital.
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Medical Malpractice Law
What is Medical Malpractice?
Medical Malpractice occurs when a medical professional or institution, through a negligent act or omission, causes a patient to undergo an injury or even death is the worst cases.
Negligence in this regard is the result of several factors including:
A Violation of the Standard of Care: It is understood that there are certain medical standards that need to be upheld by medical professionals as being acceptable medical treatment by a reasonable health care professional under similar conditions.
If it is determined that the standard of care was not followed, negligence may be established.
An Injury was caused by Negligence: Not only does a medical specialist have to violate the common standard of care, but injury has to occur.
The Injury Resulted in Significant Damages: Medical Malpractice suits are among the most expensive to litigate, they require the testimony of multiple experts and countless hours of deposition.
For a case to be recognized, the patient must prove that meaningful damages resulted from the treatment they received.
If the damages are too minor, the cost to pursue compensation may exceed the potential recovery.
To pursue a medical malpractice suit, it must be proven that:
- the patient has a disability
- there was a loss of income
- the patient or family incurred significant past and future medical expenses.
Once all three of these provisions are met, you have a legal right to pursue compensation for the damages suffered.
Common Reasons for Medical Malpractice
Missed or delayed diagnoses are a major forms of malpractice.
When a medical professional misdiagnoses a condition or fails to diagnose a condition, the patient may miss out on treatment opportunities that could have prevented harm.
If a patient is misdiagnosed, they may be given treatments or medications that do not suit their condition.
To establish a misdiagnosed case, your medical malpractice lawyer will need to prove how a competent doctor would have gone about diagnosing the condition accurately.
Medication Errors are a common form of negligence, and they occur in many fashions.
A Doctor can:
- Prescribe an improper drug
- Inappropriately deliver a drug
- Fail to notice potential drug contraindication
- Prescribe a drug the patient is allergic
- Provide the wrong dosage of a medication
There are numerous injuries caused during pregnancy or the childbirth process.
Some of the injuries are severe and cause a lifetime of suffering on behalf of the parents and child involved, some of these cases include:
- cerebral palsy
- seizure disorders
- fractured or broken bones
If a Doctor causes any of the above-listed conditions or fails to treat a condition, medical malpractice may be proven.
Even a minor error by the anesthesiologist can result in a persistent injury or death.
Typical causes for anesthesia mistakes include:
- failure to know the patient's medical history
- failure to notify the patient of necessary preoperative procedures
- giving the patient too much anesthesia
- failing to observe the patient's vital signs.
When a surgeon makes a mistake on the operating table, the results can be disastrous.
The most common surgical errors include:
- puncturing an organ or blood vessel
- operating on the wrong body part
- leaving surgical equipment inside a body cavity
What Your Medical Negligence Attorney Will Do For You
If you believe that you or someone you love is the victim of Medical Malpractice, it is critical to get in contact with one of our attorney immediately.
The complexity of medical malpractice lawsuits makes it challenging to obtain compensation without the help of an attorney.
If you try to manage a claim without legal representation, you may lose out on your only prospect for payment.
Medical establishments typically have a team of attorneys dedicated to defending their every move, making a recovery difficult.
Having an experienced trial lawyer on your side can make a significant difference.
Here are reasons to hire a medical malpractice attorney to handle your claim:
Knowledge of the Law
Medical Malpractice Lawsuits require extensive knowledge of the law and medicine.
Even though your lawyer may not be a Doctor, they have the necessary knowledge to conduct thorough research to obtain quality evidence to bolster your case.
It is the attorney's job to prove that your injury was a direct result of medical error.
"Without extensive knowledge of how your condition should have been treated, it can be troublesome to prove negligence."
You will also need expert witness testimonial from someone in the medical field to speak on your behalf.
It is easier for an attorney to access a qualified medical witness than it would be for you to try and do it alone. Also, they will make sure the medical provider gives them the proper documentation of injuries.
Time is not on your Side
If you try to handle everything by yourself, you may not be able to compile enough evidence within your states given Statue of Limitations.
With an attorney on your side, they will ensure all paperwork is completed promptly, and the medical documentation is done accurately.
You only get one chance at compensation, do not let time be the reason you don't get the compensation you deserve.
Why the Roth Firm
If we decide to take your case, our attorneys devote their time and resources to helping you receive the best possible settlement outcome.
This is why the Roth Firm has recovered millions of dollars for our clients in Neglience Cases.
If you are looking for an attorney with expertise and dedication you are in the right place.
Let our leading Medical Malpractice Attorneys help you receive the maximum amount of compensation that you deserve. Click the button below to see if you have a case worth pursuing.