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While the goal of a medical professional is to help their patients, that isn’t always the result. Patients may have an unexpected reaction during the healing process, a misdiagnosis, be subject to a serious accident during a procedure or surgery, or any other number of things deemed to be medical malpractice. These incidents can have long-term devastating consequences.
MG Law is here to be your support system. We will represent your best interests in and out of the courtroom when you need a medical malpractice lawyer.
In our experience, medical malpractice can leave you feeling angry, sad, or frustrated. Our team and medical malpractice lawyers will evaluate the details of your medical malpractice case to ensure all deadlines are met accordingly, information is shared with you directly, and the right people are held accountable. We offer legal services in fluent English, French, Arabic (all dialects), and Russian in order to make sure you comfortably understand the situation in the language you’re familiar with.
Understanding what qualifies as medical malpractice is the important first step. Here are some of the most common areas that would result in a medical malpractice lawsuit:
The severity of these actions can vary based on the case. For example, administering the wrong medication may have no effect, or it can result in a potentially dangerous reaction. Surgical errors can include leaving instruments behind during an operation to operating on the wrong part of your body. Your physical, emotional, and psychological stress all is completely unique to you and your situation.
Whether you are able to return to work ever again is another factor to be considered. Should you not be able to conduct yourself on the job as you did before the incident, you will need to be compensated to accommodate your new limitations. With MG Law at your side, we’ll fight for the results you need to put the thought of medical malpractice behind you.
1. Call the police and tell them everything
Police statements are a valuable part of any court proceeding, so ensuring that the police have all the information you have available will reflect positively on your case.