Medical Malpractice2018-11-07T06:23:17+00:00

Medical Malpractice

If you believe your doctor, nurse, or other healthcare provider made a mistake in your treatment, diagnosis or care, you may be entitled to a significant financial compensation. The practice shows that not all medical professionals are knowledgeable or conscientious enough to provide the medical care as needed. When the medical providers deviate from the standards of care, they are responsible for the harm caused by such deviation. Usually, doctors and hospitals have medical malpractice insurance, also known as professional liability insurance, which provides the insurance coverage for their mistakes.

Medical Malpractice occurs when a health care specialist (doctor, nurse, therapist, radiologist, hospital) deviates from the standard of care or does not fulfill his/her duties causing harm to the patient. Mistakes by doctors and their staff may cause permanent harm or death. There may be several scenarios of Medical Malpractice which includes wrong diagnosis, delayed diagnosis, wrong treatment or unprofessional approach to the client’s needs.

Since each case is different, it is important to have a lawyer to evaluate and find the best options for your specific case. Our medical malpractice lawyers will provide free case evaluation and will professionally represent you in your medical malpractice case in Virginia, Maryland or District of Columbia solely on contingency fee basis – that means you pay no legal fees until we recover money for you. For a free initial consultation and case evaluation, please contact: +1-703-527-1779 or via e-mail: [email protected].

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Article Title: Medical Malpractice

Short Description: If you believe your doctor, nurse, or other healthcare provider made a mistake in your treatment, diagnosis or care, you may be entitled to a significant financial compensation. The practice shows that not all medical professionals are knowledgeable or conscientious enough to provide the medical care as needed. When the medical providers deviate from the standards of care, they are responsible for the harm caused by such deviation. Usually, doctors and hospitals have medical malpractice insurance, also known as professional liability insurance, which provides the insurance coverage for their mistakes.

Author: Ismail Shahtakhtinski

Publisher - Orgnization: I.S. Law Firm, PLLC

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