Any premature death is a tragedy, but when it comes at the hands of a stranger demonstrating disregard and neglect it can feel even more painful, maybe because it feels so senseless. And when the responsible party or their insurance company begins to challenge their liability, it is downright hurtful. Are they really trying to negotiate the life of your loved one down to the lowest price possible?
It also seems inappropriate, since you are still suffering the loss of your loved one. During this time of sorrow, give us a call and let us handle the details that continue to remind you of your loss. You shouldn’t have to deal with the absence of a family member and the financial losses and costs as well. We have years of experience dealing with wrongful death cases.
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The Los Angeles medical malpractice is dedicated to representing clients who have suffered serious injuries as the result of medical malpractice. If you or a loved one has been injured due to medical malpractice or medical negligence in California, please contact our firm today for a free consultation with a skilled legal professional.
Medical malpractice is a serious situation in which a patient suffers an injury or disability do to substandard care at the hands of a doctor or other healthcare provider. In the most severe medical malpractice cases, patients may die as the result of the malpractice, making them the victim of a wrongful death.
There are many different instances which are considered medical malpractice, some of which are listed below:
Surgical error – Malpractice which occurs when a surgeon, anesthesiologist, surgical resident, or nursing staff causes an error that results in an injury.
Birth injury – Malpractice which results in severe injuries to the mother or infant, and takes place during pregnancy, birth, or directly following child birth. In many cases, the infant may be the victim of long term serious disabilities, such as Cerebral Palsy.
Cancer misdiagnosis – A serious type of malpractice in which a patient is not diagnosed with cancer in a timely manner, or is wrongly diagnosed with cancer that they do not have.
Medical malpractice cases have become more common in the United States. In fact there are close to 100,000 medical malpractices claims filed each year by injured patients against doctors, medical specialists, nurses, hospitals, and other healthcare providers.
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