Where Do You Turn When Hospital Errors Cause Injuries And Illnesses?
Hospital malpractice can be catastrophic and fatal to victims. A hospital mistake can lead to permanent injury and death. If you and your family have suffered as the result of a hospital mistake or malpractice, you may feel angry or frustrated that you were injured at the hands of doctors and other medical professionals you believed you could trust.
At The Lawrence Firm, PSC, we are dedicated to helping victims of hospital malpractice and their families assert their rightful claims to recovery.
Our firm is devoted to finding out what happened and how the hospital or doctor negligence occurred. We are dedicated to helping families receive compensation to ease the burden of caring for injured family members and for the unexpected loss of a loved one. With decades of experience serving clients in northern Kentucky and southwest Ohio, our firm knows how to get the results you need in your case.
Building Your Case
A hospital mistake resulting from negligence or failure to follow procedure can be devastating. We will fully investigate the accident and provide the medical documentation and expert testimony to support your claim. For more information regarding hospital negligence, contact our experienced hospital negligence attorneys.
Our attorneys are experienced with the following:
- Medication errors
- Failure to appreciate changes in vital signs
- Failure to intervene
- Nursing errors
- Hospitalists unfamiliar with the patient
- Emergency room errors
- Failure to diagnose
- Anesthesia mistakes
- Incompetent doctors
- Wrongful death
Our attorneys are familiar with the complicated regulations following a death in a hospital. The death must be reported and investigated by an independent agency to ensure that the hospital followed policy and maintained records. If you believe the death was improperly investigated, our attorneys can help.
Injuries also occur when health insurance companies dictate the use of hospitalists who are unfamiliar with the patient. Where a family doctor would have been aware of medical history, a hospitalist may not spend the appropriate amount of time with a patient. Hospitalists work for private medical corporations and contract with medical practices to cover hospitals in town. Often the work overload and inability to take time with each patient can lead to a hospital mistake at the hands of a hospitalist. If you or a loved one was injured, do not hesitate to contact our firm. We will work to recover maximum compensation for your injuries.
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