Some residents of Queen Village, Pennsylvania are injured because of medical mistakes made by their healthcare providers. When medical errors rise to the level of malpractice, the injured victims have the right to pursue lawsuits against the negligent providers. The attorneys at Raynes & Lawn have more than five decades of experience helping malpractice victims to recover compensation and hold negligent providers accountable.
Our attorneys handle all of the types of malpractice cases described below.
New parents can be financially and emotionally devastated when their babies are injured at or near birth because of a provider’s medical negligence. If your child suffered birth injuries, talk to our attorneys about your rights.
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Diagnostic errors can result in a patient’s undiagnosed medical condition progressing until it is no longer treatable or a patient receiving harmful treatment that is medically inappropriate. If you suffered injuries or harm because of diagnostic errors, you should speak to our lawyers about your legal options.
Patients who are discharged too early and those who are not referred for needed specialist care can suffer serious harm. Our attorneys work to hold negligent doctors and medical facilities accountable when they negligently fail to provide proper treatment to patients.
When doctors fail to appropriately monitor patients or promptly intervene when something goes wrong after surgeries, the patients can suffer debilitating injuries or die. Our lawyers strive to hold doctors accountable when they are negligent and cause injuries or fatalities during the postoperative period.
Mistakes made during surgery can result in shocking incidents of malpractice, including disfigurement and permanent disabilities. Patients might require several successive corrective surgeries to try to repair damage from surgical mistakes. If you were the victim of a doctor’s surgical mistakes, contact Raynes & Lawn.
When a doctor, pharmacist, or nurse prescribes or administers the wrong medication or the wrong dose to a patient, the patient might suffer severe anaphylaxis, stroke, coma, or death. If you or your loved one suffered harm from prescription drug errors, call us today.
When a doctor recommends a medical procedure, they must inform you about both the benefits and the potential risks. If you were not told about the type of risk that caused you harm, you might have a viable malpractice case.
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:
To learn about your rights, contact us today at 1-800-535-1797.