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You go to see doctors or medical professionals because you expect to get better. When you have a negative medical event, you of course want answers. Unfortunately, in these situations, it can be very challenging to find out what has happened and to the get answers and support you need.
What Is Medical Malpractice?
While most patients who seek medical help find their health improves, in some cases, treatment goes wrong. Patients are misdiagnosed, over-medicated, given the wrong medication, acquire infections or even have surgery performed on the wrong site. These unfortunate incidents can happen in doctors’ offices, specialty practices, clinics, hospitals, emergency rooms, pharmacies and other medical settings.
Not every negative medical event is malpractice. In Pennsylvania, a medical malpractice legal claim can only happen if the incident occurs to a patient when:
A doctor or medical professional in the same region and in the same specialty would have acted differently
The patient was injured as a result of the behavior of the doctor or medical professional
In other words, simple mistakes or errors are not covered. The patient and his or her attorney must prove the treatment failed to meet a basic standard of care.
In a medical malpractice claim, patients seek to recover compensation for their losses. If you have had a medical device left in your body, have given birth to a child who suffered a birth injury or have otherwise received care which did not meet standards, you may face months or even a lifetime of losses. You may have higher medical costs for the rest of your life because of your injury, or you may need to lose months of work and income while you recover. You may not even be able to return to your regular job if your injuries are permanent.
What Can Medical Malpractice Attorneys in Lebanon Do?
If a medical professional did not adhere to a basic standard of care and you were injured as a result, you may be able to file a claim. With the help of an attorney, you may be able to seek compensation to cover your lost income, medical expenses, future medical costs and other damages, including your pain and suffering.
Your medical malpractice lawyers can help you file claim and can represent you as you seek damages. Your attorney can advise you on your options and secure evidence in your case. In many situations involving medical malpractice, doctors and medical establishments are reluctant to release any information which can reveal recklessness. An attorney can secure information and medical records. He or she can also get expert witnesses to provide testimony about standards of care.
When Should I Contact Medical Malpractice Lawyers in Lebanon?
As soon as you realize you may have been injured in a medical setting, you may wish to contact an attorney at KBG Injury Law. With more than 30 years of experience in central Pennsylvania, our legal team can represent you and your interests. Contact KBG Injury Law for a consultation to discuss your potential claim.
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