What connotates a medical procedure as being malpractice?
You may assume that misdiagnosis or surgical errors are the only forms of malpractice that can be claimed. However, there are several other variations and ways you may be compensated, which come down to how your illnesses/conditions have been determined in past examinations.
Take this into consideration when your last checkup was and what sort of information your doctor may have given you. Failure to treat and prescription drug errors are common for malpractice claims, which may have occurred in a recent illness or medical issue that came up for you. One extremely common factors in these cases are that patients have accounted for human error and see the issue as being small. Even if it seems minor, consider how that mistake or problem could affect other patients if no attention is brought to it. Without that added attention, when they come up with other patients, they will similarly be overlooked.
In the same way you are being held accountable for your actions within your work, you need to be able to do the same for the services you need.
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How do I proceed with representation?
Representation will begin with an assessment of the situation. In this space, a legal professional learns more about your situation and how it pertains to legal accountability for doctors and medical practices in general. Of course, medical procedures can be unique and will require apt assessment from any legal practice before proceeding into medical malpractice claims.
If you are unsure of how to move forward, give us a call today to learn more about what can be done in your situation. We’ll learn more about what occurred in your procedure, how you should expect to move forward, and what the best course of action would be to pursue legally. We’re looking forward to meeting you, giving you guidance and aiding your legal pursuits.