You may have a medical malpractice claim if you have been injured as a result of a preventable error made on behalf of your healthcare provider. Medical Malpractice can include misdiagnosis, failure to treat, delay in treatment, improper treatment, failure to perform appropriate follow-ups, etc. Luckily for you, this law firm offers help with medical malpractice in Little Rock, and can help you in any legal quagmires.
A mistake alone is not enough to hold a health care provider responsible for medical malpractice. Under the law, a health care provider must exercise “reasonable care” under the circumstances. And, the victim must prove the health care provider’s treatment fell below this standard. This failure to exercise “reasonable care” under the circumstances must have caused injury to the patient and as a result the patient suffers damages.
If you think you or a loved one is a victim of medical malpractice, call or email today for a free review of your case. Most firms send a potential medical malpractice case to an outside medical person, most often a nurse, for initial review. As a licensed Registered Nurse and Attorney, I will personally review your case.