Medical Malpractice Injury Cases are frequent and widespreadWhen you become sick or injured, you rely upon doctors and hospitals to handle your medical needs. You trust them to be professional, knowledgeable and cautious. That is not always the case, however as doctors and other health care providers’ make mistakes too, and often times they have severe consequences. When a health care provider fails to meet established standards of medical care due to negligence, diagnostic error or a lack of communication, patients pay the ultimate price through serious injury or even death. Medical mistakes are frequent and widespread. The Food and Drug Administration approximates that over one million patients are hurt every year because of medical errors. Sometimes hospitals are at fault when they fail to prevent hospital infections.
Medical Malpractice InjuriesNo matter the case, Ganim Injury Lawyers are here to represent your claim and fight for the compensation you are entitled to. Some common examples of medical malpractice include:
- Medication errors
- Spinal cord injuries
- Surgical errors
- Labor and delivery-related errors
- Failure to diagnose and treat in a timely manner (cancers, heart attack, pulmonary embolism, stroke, etc.)
- Anesthesia errors
Hire the Experienced Medical Malpractice Attorney ConnecticutGanim Injury Lawyers have far-reaching experience representing medical malpractice claims. If your health care provider has failed to take proper care of you or a loved one, you may have a medical error claim. Doctors and hospitals owe it to their patients to be responsible and caring. If they are not, they should be held accountable. Get Ganim Injury Lawyers on your side today by contacting them at (203) 445-6542 or email at email@example.com for a Free Consultation Today.
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