Medical Malpractice Lawyer Allentown, Lehigh Valley
Medical malpractice lawsuits are filed when a medical doctor negligently misses a diagnosis, and the patient dies. The deceased individual's family may be entitled to compensation for their loss, including emotional distress, pain, suffering, or funeral expenses. Medical malpractice lawsuits can be complicated because they often involve expert witnesses testifying on behalf of both parties about what is medically appropriate care in that situation.
Our attorneys have represented those who negligent doctors have injured since 1975. If you believe your loved one was harmed by negligent treatment from any healthcare professional--including physicians (MDs), dentists, nurses, pharmacists, or other licensed professionals--contact us for free legal advice on how we might help with this case today!
Legal Basis for a Medical Malpractice Claim
Medical malpractice is a serious issue, as it can lead to wrongful death and other catastrophic outcomes. To hold the physician liable for damages, plaintiffs need to prove an error in medical treatment or diagnosis by their doctor who caused harm of some sort. These types of claims are often complex because they involve many different parties, such as insurance companies who may not want responsibility for paying out settlements if you win your case against them- leading to more complicated legal proceedings than just suing one person individually!
To have a successful medical malpractice claim, you must prove that the doctor's negligence caused your injuries. There are four differences between "actual damage" and injury: actual damages involve physical harm; an injury is any harm or loss from something wrong done by another person or company; there may be no symptoms for some types of illnesses, whereas others might cause pain immediately following an accident such as when someone falls while running on the pavement; in many cases, it can take months before one knows how severe their illness will turn out which also makes it difficult to check if they were harmed because doctors cannot know everything about every disease so sometimes just being exposed could negatively affect them later down the line.
You will likely find a medical malpractice lawyer who can help with your case.
Many different things could lead to an injury, and the area of law has been evolving as new technologies have come out over the years, some good and others bad. One thing we know for sure, though: all experts agree on one point- if there was negligence involved in any way whatsoever, then it's worth exploring legal action against those responsible through filing suit or whatever other means available at this time.