Most trips to a doctor’s office or a hospital will turn out well. Yet, while doctors and other medical providers are expected to provide reasonable care, some fail to do so and injure their patients. When healthcare providers provide substandard care and injure patients, they may be liable to pay damages in a medical malpractice claim.
The Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers at the law firm of Raynes & Lawn have recovered billions of dollars for negligence victims over the past five decades. We partner with medical experts to help us understand the expected standard of care and build strong claims of liability for our clients.
We handle the following medical malpractice cases for our clients in Old City, PA.
When your child suffers a birth injury during or after birth, it can be emotionally and financially devastating. Our attorneys work to hold negligent doctors accountable when they cause birth injuries so that our clients and their children can be made financially whole.
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Misdiagnoses can seriously harm patients. Incorrect medications and treatments could potentially make the condition ailing you worse, sometimes even resulting in death. If such as happened to you, then you may have grounds to file a claim. Our Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers can review the misdiagnosis and help you understand the potential legal remedies you might have.
In terms of ethics, doctors and hospitals must provide appropriate care to their patients. If a doctor in Old City, Philadelphia failed to treat you appropriately, provide you with the correct referrals, or order proper tests, speak to one of our medical malpractice attorneys today. This kind of negligence can harm patients and may result in death.
Doctors are expected to monitor their patients during the recovery period after a procedure, as complications can quickly be diagnosed and addressed when they arise. When a healthcare provider is negligent, those complications could result in the loss of life. If you lost your loved one or sustained injuries because of inadequate care post-surgery, call our team of Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers today.
Hospitals and surgical centers have protocols in place to prevent mistakes during surgery. Despite these efforts, surgical errors still occur. If you were the victim of surgical errors and were forced to undergo additional surgeries, speak to our medical malpractice attorneys in Philadelphia.
Prescription drug mistakes can cause dangerous interactions, anaphylactic reactions, and other severe injuries. If you were injured because of a prescription drug error, our lawyers are prepared to help.
Informed consent is crucial. As such, you must fully informed about the potential risks of a procedure before you agree to undergo it. If your doctor failed to warn you about a possible complication or side effect and you were harmed as a result, you may have a viable medical malpractice case.
The following damages might be avialable in a malpractice claim:
If the negligent provider was grossly negligent, punitive damages might also be recoverable.
Our attorneys provide the following assistance with malpractice claims:
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