By: Capital Injury Law
Filing a Personal Injury Claim for Medical Malpractice
All of us at some point need medical care for an injury – from a broken bone to a serious cut or worse – and we rely on medical professionals to perform at a level of care that protects us and our overall health. But, sometimes that doesn’t happen, causing the patient greater or new injuries. That’s “medical malpractice.”
Medical malpractice personal injury cases arise when healthcare professionals, such as doctors, nurses, or hospitals, provide substandard care that results in harm or injury to a patient. They can arise from situations such as birth injuries, medical misdiagnosis, hospital negligence, and medical errors.
The elements of a personal injury claim are similar to a medical malpractice lawsuit in that a plaintiff must prove the defendant had a duty of care that was breached and that because of that breach damages were done that caused the plaintiff harm. Sounds complicated, but our expert attorneys can sort through the legalese for clients from start to finish.
Seek the Best Help After Medical Malpractice
We know that the costs and emotional distress from dealing with an added medical injury or loss of a loved one due to medical negligence can be overwhelming. At Capital Injury Law, we are here to help ease that stress and give clients advice to find a path forward to ensure our clients are compensated for medical bills and any additional help, therapies and other medical support.
Our team is here to help our clients get the advice to reach the best possible outcome in their case. Reach out for a free consultation if you are considering moving forward with a personal injury claim.