Brain injuries and birth injuries have been our most recent topics on this blog. Both of those types of injuries can sometimes fall under the umbrella of medical malpractice. When you think of the topics we have discussed, you might be able to see why we think that medical malpractice victims deserve compensation.
The key element in a medical malpractice case is that the doctor or medical professional did something they shouldn’t have that was so bad that the patient was harmed. A delayed diagnosis of a brain injury, for example, could mean that the patient suffers from brain damage. An error in the delivery room could mean the mom or newborn is injured.
The fact of the matter is that no patient goes to the doctor hoping that the doctor will mess up. Patients who go to the doctor usually have an honest intention of finding out what is wrong with them.
When you discover that a medical professional has made an error in your case, the first thing you have to do is to take care of yourself. Once you have gotten that started, you can decide if you want to seek compensation. You can’t, however, wait too long to make that choice because of the Pennsylvania statute of limitations.
We can help you deal with the legal aspect of a medical malpractice case while you work on moving forward with your plan to treat the effects. You don’t have to worry about trying to do everything on your own. We can stand by your side to handle part of that load.