You should have complete trust and good faith that your health and best interests will be protected when you check in to a hospital or pay a visit to your doctor. Unfortunately, accidents and medical errors are common, and sometimes when a medical professional makes a mistake or a poor decision, the outcome can result in serious injury or worse. Whether it’s a misdiagnosis, delayed treatment, birth injury, or medication error, you should contact a medical malpractice lawyer if you or someone you love believes medical negligence was to blame for an injury or death.
Why file a Medical Malpractice lawsuit?
The injuries that you sustain after a medical professional’s mistake, misdiagnosis, delayed treatment or poor decision could leave you with massive medical bills, lost wages and other expenses. These can impact you and your family in a substantial way. A medical malpractice lawsuit can get the compensation you deserve and hold the professional or institution accountable.
If you or a loved one has suffered as a result of medical malpractice, it is important to receive the help of an experienced medical malpractice lawyer. When you place your trust in us you can be confident that you will be working with a caring and compassionate team of Philadelphia medical malpractice attorneys who place your needs and well-being above all else.
Medical malpractice attorneys fight insurance companies to seek compensation for you
Here are some examples of the compensation that we fight for:
These kinds of damages compensate victims for injuries they’ve suffered as a result of a medical professional’s negligence. This can include out-of-pocket expenses such as for medical care and treatment, hospital bills, medications, and medical equipment, and lost wages due to the malpractice as well as compensation for loss of enjoyment of life, pain and suffering, disfigurement, or loss of companionship.
These damages are aimed more at punishment and acting as a deterrent to future malpractice. These types of damages are imposed only when signs of maliciousness, bad faith, or a sheer indifference to the life of the patient is demonstrated.
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