Medical Malpractice FAQs
State regulatory boards and licensing authorities can also review and discipline doctors. A penalty or fine, including the suspension or revocation of a license, can be imposed by state agencies and organizations.
If you feel that you have a claim after finding that your family member was seriously injured, please contact us. Our attorneys will review your case. The initial consultation is free and we are dedicated to recovering substantial damages for our clients who have suffered from medical malpractice.
You should not go through this difficult time alone. You, the patient, should not be paying for your doctor’s mistakes or negligence. If you or a loved one is living with the consequences of a misdiagnosis, it is important to contact an experienced lawyer who can protect your rights and get you the compensation to which you are entitled.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 864.585.3873 to request a free initial consultation. We may advise you to request a full copy of your medical records as soon as possible. We will review your medical records and will promptly let you know if you have a case.
For example, perhaps your child was born with a brain injury due to the negligence of the doctor who managed your labor/delivery. The costs of providing proper care for such a child over a lifetime can be financially crippling. If your child has an injury that is due to the negligence of the doctor, that doctor should be held responsible for the harm caused to you and your child.
Likewise, maybe a loved one passed away unexpectedly. The emotional and financial affect on you and your family can be devastating. This should cause you to ask whether your loved one died as a result of malpractice. You have the right to hold the negligent party responsible for the harm his or her carelessness caused.
Medical malpractice mistakes involving medication errors cause injuries to over 1.3 million persons a year.