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We take cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that if there is no monetary recovery, you owe us nothing for our services. In most cases, KBG Injury Law will advance the expenses of the case and will wait to be reimbursed until the conclusion of the case.

There is no charge for your initial consultation with a KBG Injury Law personal injury attorney. This allows you to explore your options and determine whether moving forward with your case is the best decision for you on a risk-free basis. An initial consultation is the all-important first step to getting the results you deserve.

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Mechanicsburg, PA Medical Malpractice Lawyer

When you enter a hospital or visit a doctor in Mechanicsburg, you expect to receive the best possible medical attention. You trust your health and wellbeing to the people taking care of you, and you believe they will act in your best interest. Unfortunately, while the majority of healthcare providers in Mechanicsburg offer exceptional care, mistakes can happen. Fatigue, lapses in judgment and even failing to obtain parental consent can result in medical malpractice.

If you think you have been the victim of malpractice by a physician, pharmacist, nurse or hospital employee, you should receive compensation for your pain and suffering. You may be unable to work due to the error of the health care professional, and you could face mounting medical bills. You also want to ensure that what you experienced will not be repeated with another patient. For your own good and the safety of others, you need to take action.

A Mechanicsburg medical malpractice attorney can help you make a case against the person responsible for your injury or disability. With the assistance of an experienced legal professional, you will not be pressured into accepting a settlement worth far less than you deserve.

With the assistance of an experienced legal professional, you will not be pressured into accepting a settlement worth far less than what you deserve.

What Is Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional makes a careless error or displays negligence that leads to a patient being hurt or dying. To qualify as medical malpractice, a case must also show that the physician or other medical worker violated the standard of care health care professionals are held to — i.e., another person trained for the same job would not have made the same decision under the circumstances. Other requirements for proving medical malpractice include:

  • You had a preexisting relationship with the person caring for you
  • You experienced direct harm from their negligent actions
  • Your injuries are serious

Examples of Medical Malpractice

You may be unhappy with the outcome of a medical procedure, but that does not necessarily mean you qualify for a medical malpractice case. For instance, if your condition worsens after treatment, the doctor may have done everything in their power to help you, but the outcome was not within their control.

Some examples of cases that do fall under possible medical malpractice parameters include:

  • Performing surgery on the wrong limb, such as operating on the right arm instead of the left
  • A surgeon operating while under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Failing to notify you of a potentially serious side effect or outcome from treatment

Discuss your case with a Mechanicsburg medical malpractice attorney.

Discuss Your Case With a Mechanicsburg Medical Malpractice Attorney

KBG Injury Law has assisted clients with medical malpractice claims for more than three decades. Our attorneys know the most effective strategies to use in these cases and how to get you the compensation you deserve.

Putting your trust in a medical professional should not result in harm. We want to listen to what happened in your situation and advise you so that you can concentrate on healing and getting better. Contact our office today to set up a free initial consultation about your medical malpractice case.

To all current and prospective clients, please be advised that while we are open for business and working remotely, effective Tuesday March 17th, our offices will be closed to the public. All of our attorneys will continue to advocate for their clients and are available via telephone, email and/or videoconference. Our receptionist will continue to answer the phone and connect you with our attorneys and staff as needed. To our prospective clients, we are here for you to answer questions and to consult with free of charge as usual. Consultations can be conducted by telephone or videoconference. We hope everyone and their families are safe and sound during this unusual time. Please call or email us with any questions or concerns. Thank you!Contact Us
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