If you believe your medical provider injured you because of negligent or reckless treatment in the Graduate Hospital area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, you may have a viable medical malpractice case. The Philadelphia medical malpractice attorneys at Raynes & Lawn can offer a free case evaluation and honestly assess your claim’s viability. We have fought for the rights of malpractice victims for more than five decades and have recovered tens of billions of dollars. Call us today to schedule a free consultation to learn more about your claim and your potential rights.
Our lawyers handle the following medical malpractice cases for our clients.
If you are a parent and have learned that your child suffered a birth injury, you are most likely devastated and concerned about your child’s future. Our Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers work to hold doctors and other healthcare professionals accountable for negligence when they cause birth injuries to try to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future.
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A misdiagnosis can subject you to unnecessary and harmful treatment or result in a late diagnosis and a worsening of your condition. In either situation, you might have a valid malpractice claim. Speak to the attorneys at Raynes & Lawn if you were harmed by your doctor’s misdiagnosis.
When you go to the hospital or to your doctor’s office to seek treatment for your medical condition, you expect that you will receive appropriate care. When a medical professional fails to properly treat you, you could suffer serious harm. Failures to treat might amount to medical malpractice, and our attorneys are prepared to help.
After a surgical procedure is completed, your doctor still owes a duty to you to properly monitor you and intervene if necessary. Negligence during the period following surgery can result in serious infections and potential death. The Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers at Raynes & Lawn can assess your case and legal options.
Suffering a surgical error might leave you with disfigurement, scarring, and the need for corrective surgery. Our attorneys regularly represent the victims of surgical malpractice and can help to pursue compensation for you
While many people rely on prescription drugs to treat their medical conditions, prescription drug errors can cause serious harm, dangerous interactions, allergic reactions, overdoses, and potential death. If you or your loved one suffered harm from a healthcare professional’s prescription drug error, call us today.
You must be fully informed about the risks of an elective procedure. If your doctor did not tell you about the type of risk you suffered from a procedure, you should speak with the Philadelphia medical malpractice attorneys at our law firm.
The amounts and types of compensation you might recover in a malpractice case will depend on the facts of your case. Some of the compensatory damages that might be available include the following:
The experienced attorneys at Raynes & Lawn can offer the following help to you:
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