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Medical Malpractice Lawyers in Lancaster, PA

Medical malpractice is any act or omission during treatment that deviates from accepted practices, leading to patient injury.

We place a great deal of trust in doctors and their instructions and advice. When something goes wrong, people can be left injured, ill or disabled. In the worst of cases, medical malpractice can cause or contribute to death.

Medical malpractice is any act or omission during treatment that deviates from accepted practices, leading to patient injury. Doctors, nurses, pharmacists and hospitals are all capable of medical malpractice. If a preventable medical error occurs, hospitals and caregivers are accountable for their intended or unintended actions.

Cases of Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice is the third leading cause of death in the U.S. According to the Bureau of Justice, 90% of malpractice cases are brought by surviving family members or victims suffering permanent disability.

Hospitals and caregivers can commit malpractice at any stage of the patient care process. From failure to recognize initial symptoms to improper aftercare treatment, any negligent act under provider supervision could constitute malpractice. Common medical errors leading to malpractice claims are:

  • Treatment errors: Misdiagnosis or late diagnosis, and inadequate treatment of illnesses or injuries
  • Surgical errors: Unnecessary, botched or incorrect surgical procedures
  • Caregiver errors: Early hospital discharge, improper medication prescription or poor aftercare

When medical professionals fail to act according the acceptable standard of care, the results can be devastating. If you or a loved one has been the victim of malpractice, you need experienced Lancaster medical malpractice attorneys by your side.

A Pennsylvania injury lawyer with experience in medical malpractice can develop the best strategy for your unique situation.

Signs of Medical Malpractice

It may take years to develop or recognize signs of medical malpractice. In Pennsylvania, the statute of limitations for filing a claim is two years. This timeline begins once you discover (or could reasonably be expected to discover) the symptoms of malpractice.

Depending on the patient and procedure, symptoms of malpractice could include:

  • Pain or discomfort following a procedure
  • Unintended effects from medication
  • Worsening symptoms and new complications
  • Disability, illness or death

A medical malpractice case involves connecting healthcare providers with improper, negligent or damaging medical care. A Pennsylvania injury lawyer with experience in medical malpractice can develop the best strategy for your unique situation.

Filing Medical Malpractice Claims in Pennsylvania

At KBG Injury Law, your injury is our concern. We believe victims of medical malpractice have a right to hold medical professionals accountable for their actions. Victims of medical malpractice may be entitled to damages ranging from compensation for lost wages to punitive actions against negligent healthcare professionals. You may also be entitled to compensation for emotional distress due to disability or loss of a loved one.

Experienced Medical Malpractice Lawyers in Lancaster

If you or someone close to you has been a victim of medical malpractice, it is important to contact an injury attorney right away. Malpractice suits require proof of malpractice, proof of a professional relationship and negligence. Our firm has over 30 years of experience helping clients overcome injury and medical malpractice cases, and we will fight for the damages you deserve.

Find out how KBG Injury Law can help you. Request a free consultation or call 800-509-1011 today.


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