Montgomery County Medical Malpractice Lawyer
Representation Backed by Decades of Professional Experience
Professionals, including doctors, lawyers, engineers, architects and stock brokers, must provide services which meet the accepted standard of care for their profession. When a professional is careless in providing their services, and an injury occurs as a result, the law provides that the professional is responsible for any damages caused by that carelessness. Medical malpractice occurs when a doctor, hospital or other medical provider does not give the proper care or treatment or where that treatment is inadequate, and an injury results.
At Morris Wilson, P.C., our Montgomery County medical malpractice attorneys have years of experience in handling a wide variety of medical malpractice cases. We devote tremendous amounts of resources, time, and attention to each of our clients’ cases in order to provide them the best chance at maximum compensation. Our goal in every medical malpractice case is to help our clients achieve financial security as they face future medical care, therapy, or other rehabilitation bills.
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Examples of Medical Malpractice Cases
Medical malpractice cases vary greatly in terms of injuries and causes. In many medical malpractice claims, common factors are present.
Take a look at some examples of medical malpractice:
- Error in diagnosing a condition
- Errors in providing the property treatment or surgery
- Carelessness in sanitation or infection prevention
- Carelessness in prescribing or administering medications
- Carelessness in providing nursing care
Types of Medical Malpractice
Most medical malpractice cases fall under one of three common types: failure to diagnose, improper treatment, and failure to warn a patient of known risks. Regardless of the type, you should not hesitate to contact a trusted medical malpractice attorney from Morris Wilson, P.C. We will work tirelessly to build the possible case on your behalf and pursue the justice you deserve.
- Failure to diagnose: If another doctor would have discovered a patient’s illness or made a different diagnosis which would have led to a better or more positive outcome than the one achieved, you may have grounds for a medical malpractice case.
- Improper treatment: This occurs when a doctor treats a patient in a way that no other competent doctor would.
- Failure to warn a patient of known risks: Patients should be warned of potential risks associated with a treatment or procedure – should a doctor fail to uphold their duty and inform a patient of the risks, the doctor may be held liable for medical malpractice.
Speak with a Skilled Montgomery County Medical Malpractice Attorney!
Medical and professional malpractice cases are very complicated, involving complex issues of fact, law and medicine. Our Board Certified trial attorneys have extensive experience and have obtained favorable results in these types of cases. We have developed a particular area of expertise in cases involving injuries to children at or near the time of birth. We have access to world renowned medical experts who assist us in pursuing these cases on behalf of injured persons.
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