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Medical malpractice occurs when a healthcare provider fails to provide medical care that is keeping with good and accepted medical practices and procedures. When a patient is injured by medical negligence, the patient can bring a lawsuit and make a claim for pain and suffering, loss wages and medical expenses. If the injuries are severe, permanent and disabling, members of the patient’s family might have a claim. If the patient dies because of medical malpractice, the patient’s family could have a claim, depending upon many factors. When a claim for death is made, the recovery generally is based on pain and suffering, medical expenses, and loss of estate.
In 1999, a study by the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences estimated that as many as 98,000 patients may be killed each year in hospitals alone as a result of medical errors. In the same year, state medical boards reported fewer than one-half of 1 percent of the nation’s doctors face any serious state sanctions, totaling 2,696 serious disciplinary actions a year.
Lion Law’s personal injury lawyers can help you determine whether you have a potential case for a medical negligence or medical malpractice suit. If your family has experienced the tragic toll of a birth injury, we can also help. See four situations that could warrant a birth injury lawsuit.
Medical malpractice can take many forms, but the following are the most common:
- Anesthesia Error
- Failure to Diagnose
- Failure to Follow Accepted Practices
- Failure to Make Use of Available Technology
- Late Diagnosis
- Misreading CT Scan
- Misreading Mammogram
- Misreading MRI
- Misreading Ultrasound
- Misreading X-Rays
- Surgical Errors
- Wrong Diagnosis
- Wrong Medication and Wrong Amount
- Wrong Treatment
Medical malpractice cases are regulated by complex rules that can vary considerably from state to state, so it’s often essential to get advice or representation from a lawyer who has experience handling medical malpractice lawsuits.
Do I need a lawyer?
Expert witness fees are very expensive. They can often cost several thousand dollars per day. The expert witness fees must be paid for consulting, which includes reviewing records, examining a patient, and discussing findings with the lawyer, as well as for depositions and for trial. Lawyers who represent plaintiffs on a contingency basis (meaning the lawyer only gets paid if you win) usually hire the experts for the case. Without a lawyer to advance these costs, you may find yourself unable to afford the experts you need to prove your case.
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