Modern surgical procedures have dramatically improved the lives of many people. While the incidences of injury as a result of surgical malpractice have diminished,surgeons still make mistakes. When they do, you have a right to pursue compensation for their negligence or carelessness.
When you are looking for an attorney to help you pursue compensation for the careless or negligent acts of a doctor, nurse or other medical caregiver, it’s important that you hire an attorney with significant recent experience handling medical malpractice claims. The standards of care for physicians are constantly changing, as are the rules governing the filing of a medical malpractice lawsuit. If your attorney has handled personal injury claims, but has no experience with medical malpractice lawsuits, they may be unaware of the procedures, and what could potentially be a valid claim may be lost.
The most frequent types of errors made during the surgical process include:
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