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Medical Malpractice lawyers in Spring Valley NV

When you or your loved one are injured by your healthcare provider’s negligence or recklessness, then you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

A Spring Valley medical malpractice lawyer from High Stakes Injury Law may be able to help you recover these damages. To receive your free consultation and learn more about how we will fight for you, call (702) 707-5934.

Establishing Medical Malpractice

Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research (CORR) states that medical malpractice is “any act or omission by a physician during treatment of a patient that deviates from accepted norms” and therefore causes harm or injury to the patient.

There are several common circumstances in which a medical professional’s negligence rises to the level of malpractice. Some examples are as follows:

Misdiagnosis and Failure to Diagnose

When your healthcare provider misdiagnoses you, you can end up receiving harmful treatments that worsen your health while not treating your actual illness or injury.

If your healthcare provider failed to run tests or diagnose you the way their peers would have, then they may be held liable for the harm caused by not catching your condition sooner.

Failure to Treat

Even if your doctor accurately diagnoses you, they may not give you the treatments that you need in the time that you need them. When this happens, you may suffer long-term health effects that could have been avoided if you had been in the care of another doctor.

Prescription Errors

Errors in writing or filling prescriptions could mean that you are harmed by taking the wrong drug. Additionally, you can also be harmed by not taking the correct drug that you should have received and that another doctor would have reasonably prescribed for you.

The combined consequences of taking a harmful drug while not benefiting from a helpful one can have a serious impact on your health.

Surgical Errors

Sometimes tools, gauze, sponges, and other accouterments of surgery may be left behind in your body by a careless healthcare provider.

When this happens, or when a surgeon operates on the wrong body part (or even the wrong patient) due to their negligence, they may be held liable for future treatments or surgeries, as well as your economic losses and pain and suffering.

Birth Injury

OBGYNs can cause injury to the mother and child when they make mistakes during labor. In the worst cases, this can even result in death. When the doctor’s errors were the result of negligence, then you may be able to hold them liable through a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit.

Faulty Medical Products

According to the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), certain medical devices have been recalled due to safety and efficacy concerns. Some of these devices, such as surgical hernia mesh, have caused serious injuries in patients across the country. In instances where faulty medical products caused your injuries, you may be able to sue the manufacturer for compensation.

Other Forms of Medical Negligence

In addition to these circumstances, there are many other kinds of medical malpractice that may leave your doctor or healthcare provider liable for your injuries.

Pursuing Compensation Through a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

Once you decide to pursue a lawsuit for medical malpractice against your healthcare provider, you may want to work with a personal injury or wrongful death lawyer with experience handling these kinds of cases. A Spring Valley medical malpractice lawyer from High Stakes Injury Law can help you build a case and explain the process involved in pursuing compensation.

Collecting Evidence

In order to prove malpractice, you and your lawyer will need to present evidence. This evidence can include things such as your medical records, the opinions of other medical professionals in the field, witness statements that speak to the specifics of the incident, and other facts that can show that your doctor harmed you through negligence.

Seeking Damages

There are two types of compensatory damages that you may seek through a personal injury lawsuit: economic damages and non-economic damages. Economic damages can help you cover things that have had a direct financial impact on your life. Things like medical bills, lost wages, loss of earning capacity, and out-of-pocket expenses can fall under this category.

Non-economic damages compensate you for the emotional and mental toll that medical malpractice has taken on your life and your family’s lives. This can include your past and future physical pain and emotional agony, loss of enjoyment of life, and the inability to participate in activities that you once enjoyed.

If you seek compensation for not only the financial cost but also the emotional cost of the harm done to you, then a lawyer from High Stakes Injury Law may be able to help you get the compensation you deserve.

Work with a Lawyer Today

At High Stakes Injury Law, we have been serving the wrongfully injured of the Las Vegas area since 1997. We have handled many medical malpractice cases and have recovered over $50 million for victims of medical negligence.

To learn more about how we will use our experience to achieve the best outcome for you, contact us at (702) 707-5934 for your free consultation. Time is limited for filing your case, but a Spring Valley medical malpractice lawyer from High Stakes Injury Law is ready to get started. Call today.

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