Medical Malpractice

What Are the Most Common Medical Malpractice Claims?

Posted On January 23, 2024 In Medical Malpractice
The decision to go to a hospital, clinic, or emergency room always comes with a certain level of trust. We seek medical help with the expectation that we will receive the best care possible. Unfortunately, there are times when medical professionals or facilities fail to meet this standard of care, resulting in harm or...

How Do You Prove Medical Negligence?

Posted On January 17, 2024 In Medical Malpractice
We expect to receive the best possible care and attention when we visit a healthcare professional. We place our health and, in many cases, our lives in the hands of doctors and other healthcare providers. However, medical professionals may fail to provide appropriate treatment, leading to harm or injury to the patient. When this...

Delayed Diagnosis and Cancer: Medical Malpractice

Posted On December 2, 2023 In Medical Malpractice
Whether seeking preventive measures or treatment for a chronic or acute condition, individuals anticipate the provision of optimal and current healthcare when consulting medical professionals. The expectation is a trajectory towards improved health, not a decline or deterioration, and certainly not fatal injuries. However, such adverse outcomes befall people every day, underscoring the pervasive...

Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Claim?

Posted On September 21, 2022 In Medical Malpractice
If you or a loved one suffered an adverse outcome while receiving medical care, you might be wondering if you have a viable claim for medical malpractice. An experienced Middletown medical malpractice lawyer can investigate to determine whether the negligence of a doctor or other medical professional caused you harm. Medical malpractice litigation is...

What Should I Look For When Hiring a Medical Malpractice Lawyer?

Posted On February 3, 2022 In Medical Malpractice
Seeking medical care can be a daunting experience. No matter how much trust we place in doctors, there is often an unspoken concern that something will go wrong. If something does go wrong, you need to know where to turn. A Connecticut medical malpractice attorney at The Flood Law Firm can review your case...

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