The Right Team For Your Hospital Malpractice Case
With over 30 years of experience, our Wrongful Death and malpractice team has handled dozens of hospital malpractice cases. A sampling of the cases we have handled can be found here. Whatever happened in your case, we've almost certainly handled a case like it before.
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If you suspect that your family has suffered due to medical malpractice, contact us today. We can help you find the truth. If there has been medical malpractice, we can help you get the results you deserve.
Unlike malpractice lawyers in your hometown, we won’t pull any punches when we represent you against the local hospital and local doctors.
Common Hospital Medical Malpractice Cases
Some of the more frequent cases we handle include:
emergency room cases -- where doctors and nurses ignored patients, or missed their injury, or discharged a patient without treating the illness or injury that was killing them. These cases include malpractice in missing heart attacks, pulmonary embolisms, cancer, and infections.
errors in anesthesia -- these are cases where too much anesthesia was used during surgery, or the patient wasn't properly monitored, or the patient didn't get enough oxygen, or choked during the surgery.
These are cases where patients were hurt or died because no nurse ever responded to a call for help, or gave the wrong drug, and cases where the nurse didn't notice when the patient was literally dying right in front of them.
Surgery Medical Malpractice
These are cases where a patient is injured or killed during surgery--or because the patient didn't get proper post-operative care
Counting the Cost of Medical Malpractice in Hospitals
When hospital medical malpractice occurs – when doctors and nurses abuse the powerful tools of today’s medicine or when they ignore their patient’s needs – people get hurt and people die.
According to the National Institutes of Health, over 200,000 people die every year because of mistakes made in hospitals. And each of these deaths is an unnecessary tragedy. Other estimates from medical health researchers put the figure at over 250,000 unnecessary deaths. And everyone agrees that the vast majority of the time, the patient's family has no idea that their loved one shouldn't have died. Because of this "conspiracy of silence", families don't even get to seek justice for what happened to them.