Medical errors are among the leading causes of death in the United States. Diagnostic errors, medical mistakes, and a lack of safety nets could result in a person’s death.
Generally, medical professionals will do the very best job that they can. But what do you do if they fail? We put our lives in their capable hands believing they will perform everything correctly, but what happens if your medical professional put you or your family’s life in danger due to negligence or disregardful behavior?
You could be wondering how you would know if you have experienced medical malpractice or how you might be able to prove your case. If you are considering a medical malpractice lawsuit or would benefit from legal counsel to determine your legal options, an experienced medical malpractice attorney can help answer any of your questions to determine whether you have a strong case. Was there a patient/doctor relationship? Was there a duty of care or breach of duty? Determining causation and resulting damages is paramount to a medical malpractice case.
- Medication Errors
- Radiology Errors
- Pathology Errors
- Drug Overdoses
- Nursing Mistakes
- Surgical Errors
- Emergency Room Negligence
- Failure to Diagnose
- Birth Injuries
Veteran Medical Malpractice Lawyers Serving Sonoma County
When a healthcare provider administers treatment that is below the standard of care putting a patient at risk, that is medical malpractice and you may be entitled to compensation.
If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of medical malpractice, the attorneys at Abbey, Weitzenberg, Warren, & Emery are prepared to advocate for you with experience and prompt efficiency.