Medical malpractice claims can be some of the most devastating claims to pursue. Doctors, nurses and hospitals are to be trusted. However, sometimes a doctor, nurse or a hospital may be liable for the harm they caused you or a family member. At the Krause and Kinsman Law Firm we hold doctors accountable for their negligence.
Knowing you or someone you love have been victim of medical malpractice is a nauseating and sickening feeling. We put so much faith in doctors, nurses, and hospital staff, we automatically assume everything is going to be okay and if you ever hear about a malpractice lawsuit, it may be a passing commercial on the television or an article in the paper. It would never happen to your family.
But…what if it did?
An estimated two-hundred thousand people fall victim to medical malpractice each year, and the reasons can vary significantly. Medical malpractice is a fancy phrase for medical staff doing something negligent. It can be from giving the wrong patient the wrong prescription medication to delivering a baby into the world and making a life-changing mistake that will cause the newborn to face a life full of tubes, monitoring, diminished health, and a life that will revolve around having to be in and out of hospitals for the rest of their lives.
However, whatever horrific medical disaster you or a loved one has gone through, we here to help. We will review your medical records, hire experts to explain what happened and assist you in receiving the medical care that you need.
We will do everything necessary to bring justice to you or your loved one that has befallen such a careless mistake. We will come to you wherever you are: Whether it is at a scene of an accident or your hospital room. We want you to know that we are here, ready and able to do all we can to ease your burden and provide the best legal representation available.
What types of medical malpractice claims are there?
There are too many types of medical malpractice claims to list. Generally, a medical malpractice claim will focus on whether the doctor or nurse falls below the standard of care in the medical community. This can happen when nurses wait too long in an emergency situation to access the patient. A doctor may mess up a surgery, fail to diagnose a disease or miss prescribe medication. Whatever has happened to you, we can help. We work on a contingency basis, which means we finance everything, so you don’t have to worry about anything financial during this legal process, and you will not pay a dime until your claim is successful. Call us for a free consultation about your case.
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