Medical providers are supposed to offer care and support during our most critical time and need for medical treatment. While most medical providers do offer excellent care that will help heal, some providers do not hold themselves to the requisite standard of care. When these medical professionals fall below this standard of care, they may have committed medical malpractice. Physicians, nurses, all members of hospital staff, and any other individual providing care to a patient may be guilty of medical malpractice.
Pinkert & Marsh, P.A. will work to represent clients injured due to a delay in diagnosis, a failed procedure or an operative complication. It is important to remember that not every unfavorable outcome following medical treatment is a case of medical malpractice. In order to determine if you have a potential Medical Malpractice claim we encourage potential clients to ask themselves the following questions:
- Is your condition significantly worse now, following treatment?
- Are the symptoms you are experiencing following treatment commonly associated with the medical procedure you underwent?
- Is the physician able to give a satisfactory explanation for your symptoms or condition?
If your physician cannot answer your questions satisfactorily, you may have been a victim of medical malpractice. Pinkert & Marsh, P.A. encourages you to contact a medical malpractice attorney at our firm today.
Attorney Contact: Steven Pinkert