Are You a Victim of Medical Malpractice in Pennsylvania or New Jersey?
If a patient receives substandard medical care and it results in a catastrophe, the law allows them to pursue a claim for related damages. However, bringing forth medical malpractice cases in New Jersey and Pennsylvania can put patients in a tough predicament. Many doctors and other medical practitioners are typically held in high regard in their communities. When accused of negligence or wrongdoing in their practice, they will put up a tough fight to protect their reputation, regardless of the circumstances that led to their patient becoming harmed. Victims not only face a tough financial battle in holding medical professionals legally responsible for damages they have incurred due to their medical malpractice injury, but also face major challenges in proving their accusations are true.
That’s why it is important to have a knowledgeable, strong legal advocate on your side if you have suffered a medical malpractice injury. With the help of a medical malpractice attorney who has a strong record of success in these types of personal injury cases, you have the best chance of getting justice for the harm caused to you by medical negligence or oversight.
How Does the Law View Medical Malpractice?
Medical malpractice is viewed as something that takes place when a healthcare provider fails to meet the standard of care, for example failing to accurately identify or treat a medical condition, which results in harm to the patient.
Occurrences that may be deemed malpractice include, but are not limited to:
- Surgical mistakes
- Making an incorrect diagnosis
- Giving an improper prescription
- Failing to get the proper consent for a patient’s surgery
Doctors should always use care when they make a diagnosis and treat their patients. If you believe you are a victim of medical malpractice in New Jersey or Pennsylvania then you should contact our law offices immediately.
How Can You Prove You Are A Victim Of Medical Malpractice?
In order to determine whether or not a health care provider committed medical malpractice, you are required to prove that the health care provider’s performance was far lower than the accepted standard of care. We can investigate the matter to uncover any available evidence to help you prove your claim that the health care provider’s carelessness or negligence resulted in an injury, and that you suffered damages from improper medical attention rather than a complication of your condition. Remember that each medical malpractice case needs the injured person to present evidence from an expert (in medical malpractice law) who can detail what negligence the doctor committed, and how it harmed you.
Why Choose the Law Offices of Rand Spear For Your Medical Malpractice Case?
Being that medical malpractice is a complex issue, you should employ a lawyer who has many resources including an array of medical experts and has experience with these types of cases. At the law offices of Rand Spear, “The Accident Lawyer,” our team of attorneys have the knowledge to handle any medical malpractice case and always give every client the attention he or she deserves.
We handle Pennsylvania medical malpractice and New Jersey medical malpractice cases involving:
- Obtain and examine your medical records for any errors or inconsistencies
- Conduct thorough interviews with any available witnesses who observed or played a role in your medical treatment
- Consult with experts who can provide support for your case
- Conduct an investigation into the professional background of the accused medical care provider
- File a medical malpractice lawsuit if needed on your behalf
If you or a loved one has been hurt because of medical negligence and you are seeking a lawyer who has experience with medical malpractice law, you should contact the law offices of Philadelphia Accident Lawyer Rand Spear today for a confidential consultation.