The majority of doctors and other professionals provide good care to their patients. However, some medical professionals provide substandard care that causes severe injuries or deaths. If you lost your loved one or were seriously harmed by a medical provider’s negligent care, then you have every right to pursue a medical malpractice claim to recover compensation.
At Raynes & Law, our medical malpractice lawyers in Philadelphia have fought to protect the rights of those who have been victimized by the healthcare system for more than five decades and have recovered billions of dollars. We partner with medical experts to build the strongest possible cases for our clients, helping them recover the compensation they deserve.
We handle the following medical malpractice cases for our clients in Northern Liberties, PA.
Welcoming a new child into the world should be a wondrous experience. Unfortunately, errors made before, during, or after pregnancy can cause birth injuries and lasting disabilities. If your child’s birth injury was caused by a healthcare provider’s mistakes, speak to the Philadelphia Birth Injury Lawyers at Raynes & Lawn today.
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A misdiagnosis can result in a serious medical condition progressing to an advanced stage or result in you receiving harmful treatment for a condition you don’t have. If your condition has worsened because of either of these types of situations, you may have grounds to file a malpractice lawsuit.
When a patient is not properly treated by a hospital or physician, serious injuries or even death may be the result. Hospitals should not discharge patients too early, and doctors must order necessary tests and provide referrals when needed. If you were harmed because of a doctor’s negligent failure to treat you, speak to our Philadelphia medical malpractice attorneys.
Following a medical procedure, doctors must monitor patients to ensure complications don’t arise. If you were injured because of a doctor’s negligence following a medical procedure, contact our malpractice lawyers in Philadelphia.
Surgical errors are often the most dramatic examples of medical malpractice, especially when those errors result in injuries or death. Despite the strict protocols that are in place to prevent surgical errors, they continue to occur because of negligence. Talk to our team of medical malpractice lawyers if you were harmed by a doctor’s surgical mistakes.
If your doctor, pharmacist, or nurse makes a mistake with your prescription drugs, even by accident, you could face serious medical complications. Call Raynes & Lawn today if you or a loved one sustained serious harm or death because of medication errors.
Doctors must obtain their patients’ informed consent before performing elective procedures. When a doctor fails to adequately warn a patient about a procedure’s known risks, the doctor might be liable if the patient suffers the type of risk the patient wasn’t warned about.
The following types of damages might be recoverable:
In cases involving gross negligence, punitive damages might also be available.
Our lawyers can offer the following types of help with your claim:
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