While most doctors and other health care professionals in the Mt. Airy area of Philadelphia provide competent care to patients, some provide treatment that fails to meet the standard of care and causes injuries. If your medical provider injured you because of medical mistakes, consider filing a medical malpractice claim to pursue compensation and prevent similar incidents from happening to others.
The Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers at Raynes & Lawn have recovered billions of dollars for our clients over the past 50 years. We work closely with medical experts to gather evidence and build strong cases for our clients, maximizing their recovery amounts.
We handle the following medical malpractice cases for our clients in Mt. Airy, PA:
When you give birth to a new baby, the experience is supposed to be filled with joy. However, some babies unfortunately suffer from birth injuries because of the medical malpractice of doctors and other healthcare providers. If you believe your child’s birth injury was caused by medical negligence, consult the Philadelphia medical malpractice attorneys at Raynes & Lawn.
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Diagnostic errors can be very serious. If you were misdiagnosed, you might have been subjected to harmful and unnecessary treatment, or your serious medical condition might have progressed to a more severe stage before your correct diagnosis. In either of these situations, you might have a viable malpractice claim.
Hospitals, doctors, and other healthcare providers are expected to properly treat the conditions of patients whom they agree to treat. If your doctor failed to treat your condition and caused your injuries, discuss your options with our Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers.
A surgeon’s duty of care extends into the postoperative period to ensure that any medical emergency that might arise can be promptly addressed. If your doctor failed to properly monitor or care for you or your loved one following surgery and caused your injuries or your loved one’s death, our lawyers are prepared to help.
Surgical mistakes can have devastating results, including systemic infections, the removal of the wrong limbs or organs, and other severe outcomes. If you were seriously harmed by a doctor’s surgical mistakes, you should talk to us about a potential malpractice claim.
Prescription drug errors can cause serious drug interactions, anaphylaxis, coma, and death. If you lost your loved one or were seriously injured because of a prescription drug error, contact the Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers at Raynes & Lawn today.
Before you undergo an elective procedure, you must be fully informed about the risks so that you can make an informed decision about whether to proceed. If you suffered the type of injury about which you were not warned, you might have a viable claim.
Some of the damages that might be available in a malpractice lawsuit include the following:
If your doctor’s actions were egregious, you might also be able to recover punitive damages.
Our attorneys are prepared to help with your case in the following ways:
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