What is considered to be medical malpractice?
When we are sick, we put our trust in doctors to take care of us. They are the ones we go to when we are feeling ill and do not know how to make ourselves feel better. These medical professionals are highly intelligent individuals based on years of education and a commitment to the medical field. The standards that they are supposed to adhere to are based on the individuals surrounding them in their professional life. If they fail to live up to a certain standard when practicing medicine, they can be held accountable for this. If a healthcare professional causes harm to you due to negligence on their behalf, they should be held responsible.
Negligence by a doctor is considered to be medical malpractice. This can be displayed through various ways. These ways can include failure to diagnose, delayed diagnosis, surgical mistakes, emergency room mistakes, prescription errors and overdoses, labor and birth injuries, anesthesia errors, inadequate consent, hospital-acquired or post-surgical infections and improper care and follow-up. If you or a loved one has been exposed to one of these incidents, contact a professional medical malpractice attorney to explain your situation. They can help guide you in seeking the best legal action to take.
What can I gain from this lawsuit?
If you have a valid case involving medical malpractice, you can be entitled to compensation. This compensation can include economic damages, such as payment for medical bills, lost wages and future wages. You may even be able to acquire non-economic damages that cover emotional turmoil and pain and suffering that you have had to endure.
How can a wrongful death be involved?
Unfortunately, a case of medical malpractice can lead to a wrongful death. If an individual has suffered from medical malpractice that resulted in a wrongful death, the healthcare professional can be held responsible. If you have lost a loved one due to medical malpractice by a healthcare professional or medical institution, you can set forth a wrongful death claim. A representative of the estate is also entitled to bring a survivor’s action against the wrongful party.
When individuals in Las Vegas are injured due to the negligence of another party, they can turn to Lawrence C. Hill & Associates for quality legal assistance. Whether you were injured on someone else’s property, were injured by a negligent driver, or impacted by negligence in another way, we are here to help. Contact Lawrence C. Hill & Associates today to discuss your case.