When a medical professional deviates from the standard definition of care in their field of practice, causing you harm or the loss of a life as a result, you could be entitled to compensation. Misdiagnosis, errors, injuries, and other forms of medical practice are, unfortunately, common in today’s healthcare system and for those living in Market East, Philadelphia.
At Raynes & Lawn, our compassionate team of Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers has fought for the rights of victims of medical malpractice for more than 50 years. Our lawyers have recovered billions of dollars for our clients, and we continue to work hard and hold negligent medical providers accountable for their devastating mistakes. We can help you recover fair compensation.
We handle the following medical malpractice cases for our clients in Market East, PA:
The birth of a newborn is supposed to be a joyous time to welcome a new family member into the world. However, some children suffer serious birth injuries that can leave them with permanent disabilities because of the negligence of doctors and other healthcare providers. Our Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers fight to recover full compensation for the economic and noneconomic losses our clients have suffered because of birth injuries caused by negligence.
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When a doctor misdiagnoses you, you might receive unnecessary, harmful treatment or suffer a worsened condition because of the delay in your diagnosis. If you were injured because of a doctor’s misdiagnosis, call us today for a free case evaluation.
Failing to treat a patient can result in serious injuries or death. Doctors and hospitals have a duty to properly treat their patients’ conditions. When they fail to do so, they can be liable to pay damages to the victims.
Doctors must properly monitor patients and provide follow-up care following surgical procedures. If your doctor failed to provide proper care following your surgery, you might have a viable malpractice claim if the failure caused harm.
Doctors must take special care to avoid making surgical mistakes. Unfortunately, however, surgical errors frequently occur. When a doctor’s surgical mistakes result in serious harm, including subsequent corrective surgeries, disfigurement, and other injuries, the victim might have a valid malpractice claim.
A prescription drug error can be serious. If a doctor, pharmacist, nurse, or another medical professional caused your serious injuries because of prescription drug errors, you should speak to our Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers about your legal options.
Doctors must secure informed consent before they perform elective procedures. This includes explaining the known risks of the procedure so the patient can make an informed decision. If you suffered the type of risk that your doctor failed to warn you about, you might have grounds to file a malpractice lawsuit.
While cases vary, some of the categories of damages you might recover in a malpractice claim include the following:
Depending on what happened, punitive damages might also be available.
Our lawyers can offer the following help to you:
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