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Medical Malpractice

What Misconducts Are Considered Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice covers the injuries caused by the negligence of medical professionals. The most typical types of medical malpractice are as follow:

Misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis
A misdiagnosis describes a situation when your doctor tells you that you have some illness or condition, but it's incorrect. When an illness is misdiagnosed, or symptoms of an illness are overlooked leading to a delay in diagnosis. This can cause delayed treatment that leads to negative patient outcomes.

Medication errors
When the incorrect medication or a wrong dose of the correct medication is prescribed, causing organ damages, pain and suffering, or a range of other damaging outcomes.

Surgical errors
Understandably, surgeries all have an element of risk, but serious errors caused by negligence or bad judgement shouldn’t be among them. Operation on the wrong body part, badly performed operations and surgical items left inside the body are typical examples of this.

What to do When you are A Victim of a Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice cases are complex, challenging, and require an intricate understanding of both legal and medical processes. HTW Law takes a personalized approach as each client is important and each case is unique. HTW Law works diligently and effective to make sure you and your family get the compensation and justice you deserve.

Our process includes consulting with relevant medical professionals to ensure that our arguments are sharp and backed up by strong collaborative evidence.  Your compensation should, among other things, account for lost wages, medical care expenses, emotional and physical suffering, and impact on family life.

HTW Law will take care of the paperwork, and will negotiate on your behalf for a settlement that is most beneficial to you. But sometimes, action speaks louder than words. In those situation, HTW law will take the case to court and fight for your best interest.

Please note that if a medical malpractice leads to death, additional recovery under the theory of wrongful death will become available. Click Here to learn more about wrongful death.

If you are a victim of medical malpractice, don’t wait too long or you may be statutory bar from bring the action. HTW Law can help. Call us now at 647-849-6582 or send us a message if you have some legal questions / inquiries or want to schedule an appointment with HTW Law.


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