Medical Malpractice Lawsuits
Medical and health care professionals have a responsibility to provide patients with reasonable care. This can include physicians, registered nurses, hospitals, dentists, nursing homes and pharmacists. When a medical professional is negligent or fails to provide the same medical treatment that a reasonable and similarly licensed physician should do in the same situation, medical malpractice can be considered. Victims of medical malpractice may find that their life is significantly compromised or permanently changed due to the doctor or nurse’s failure to uphold a strict “standard of care.” At the Harman Law Firm, we have Augusta medical malpractice lawyers who can help you understand your rights in these types of personal injury cases.
When pursuing a medical malpractice claim, a medical expert must first carefully review the medical care in question. This is to determine whether you received substandard care and if you suffered substantial injury or harm as a result of the substandard care. Our lawyers believe that every patient deserves the right to be heard. We never rush through a case to make a settlement. Instead, our attorneys work meticulously to understand your unique medical malpractice situation and develop a strategic legal plan for justice and compensation.
Experienced Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Lawyers
At Harman Law Firm, we understand the complexities of medical malpractice cases. Our attorneys are prepared to defend clients in many different types of medical malpractice or physician negligence matters, which may include one of the following situations:
- A surgical or anesthesia related mistake during a procedure
- Failure to obtain patient’s informed consent for an operation
- Misuse of prescription drugs or a medical device or implant
- Wrongful amputation
If you suspect that you or a loved one are the victim of medical malpractice, it is important that you take immediate action steps. Malpractice cases can involve extensive preparation and are often constrained to a short deadline. Contact Harman Law Firm, and let our Augusta medical malpractice attorneys start gathering evidence for your case today.