Negligence can take many forms, from hospital negligence, physician negligence, paramedic or surgical negligence, nursing home negligence or other medical negligence. When you put your medical care in the hands of a nurse, a doctor, a physician or other medical professional, you believe they have been trained to do their duty in caring for you to the best of their ability.
However, negligence cases are not uncommon and many medical professionals are becoming more and more negligent in their care for their patients. Nurses forget to give medicines, doctors fail to correctly diagnose patients or refuse to run the proper tests, paramedics don’t get to someone in time, or nursing home staff neglect to properly bathe and otherwise care for their patients. No matter what type of negligence it is, the end result is the same – the patient is the one who suffers for the professional’s carelessness.
If you or a loved one have been the victim of medical negligence or any other form of negligence, you must speak with a qualified personal injury attorney as soon as possible to learn what your rights are and what options you have available to you. You may be eligible to seek compensation for the injuries, pain and suffering that have been inflicted up on you as a result of the negligence you have endured.
Contact the Law Firm of Ross, Kelley & Martin, PLLC today to begin filing a negligence claim. We are here to support you and help you ensure that justice is served and those who were negligent in your care never have the opportunity to hurt anyone else again.