Hospital Errors & Negligence
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When we check into a hospital or receive care from hospital staff, we expect a high standard of care. Doctors, nurses, and hospital staff are supposed to take precautions when treating patients with an illness or injury. If they fail to do so and cause further injuries to patients as a result of negligence, then they can be held liable.
Consult with one of our experienced hospital negligence lawyers in Springfield and Joplinto see whether you can file a lawsuit against a hospital for your injuries. We are ready to utilize our over 140 years of proven experience and resources for you.
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Hospital Negligence Is Unacceptable
Hospitals are busy places that must treat a large number of patients at a given time. Errors are bound to occur, and most of these can involve lack of resources or poor logistical planning. Regardless of the reasons for a hospital’s negligence, patients should not be subjected to a lower standard of care, especially because it can result in life-threatening injuries.
Hospital negligence and errors can include:
- Medication errors
- Unsanitary facilities and equipment
- Untrained or unqualified staff
- Failure to diagnose or misdiagnose
- Patient misidentification
- Poor record keeping
- Incorrect or delayed treatment
We at Johnson, Vorhees & Martucci understand that this is a difficult time for you, and you are not alone. When you file a claim, you can take a stand against hospital negligence and even prevent others from suffering the same injuries as you. Your claim matters, and we want to help guide you through the process from start to finish.
Hospital Negligence Attorney in Joplin and Springfield
See what our medical malpractice lawyers can do to assist you. We can handle all the paperwork, analyze medical records, negotiate with insurance companies, and more. If a case requires litigation, our skilled attorneys are prepared to represent you.