Medical malpractice is negligent conduct by a healthcare provider that causes injury or death to the patient. Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional fails to exercise his or her professional skills in an assignment he or she has accepted, according to the professional care standards set by other professionals in his or her specialty in the community where the care was given.Who Can Commit Medical Malpractice?
Any health care provider may commit medical malpractice. This includes doctors, nurses, paramedics, pharmacists, and technicians that provide patient care. Medical malpractice or negligence can occur in any setting where health care providers come into contact with patients, such as doctor's offices, clinics, nursing homes, hospitals, mental health clinics, ambulatory surgery centers, and diagnostic clinics.What Cases do You Handle?
Nassios & McLaughlin handles birth injury cases that cause injury to the mother or the infant, such as Cerebral Palsy, Erbs Palsy, shoulder dystocia, brain injury to the infant, and death to the infant and mother. Further, we concentrate on cases involving all types of surgical errors and mistakes, misdiagnosis of cancer and nursing home abuse cases. See testimonials from people just like you.
In any personal injury case, we will provide a free consultation, we will work on a contingency fee basis and accept no fee until we recover money for you by settlement or trial.
We would be happy to visit you at your home or the hospital, at your convenience. Call at 865-637-4223 or contact us online.