The Brod Law Firm's Bucks County, Pennsylvania area medical malpractice lawyers are experts in this area of law. Our medical malpractice attorneys accept cases wherein victims sustained injuries as a result of negligence on the part of a doctor, hospital, or other health care provider. If the doctor did not offer or provide adequate or routine care to the patient and this results in injury, the victim is eligible to receive monetary compensation.
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Baby Birth Injury / Cerebral Palsy Lawyer Serving Bucks County
Despite medical advances, birth injuries still occur in nearly one quarter of all births. During the birth, if the baby is injured in any way, the injury is defined as a "birth injury." Birth injuries can occur for a variety of reasons, but most commonly are associated with complicated labor. The injuries that a newborn can receive during the birth range from minor to severe and can even result in death. Under the direction of the law in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, our medical malpractice attorneys can help victims of baby birth injury receive compensation for physician negligence.
Some common traumas that newborns suffer are fractured limbs and bones, oxygen deprivation and brain damage. The most severe brain damage can result in mental retardation, infant death and Cerebral Palsy. Often, The Brod Law Firm's Bucks County area medical malpractice lawyers find that these injuries are the result of neglect on the part of doctors or hospitals.
Cerebral Palsy is a crippling disease that can be acquired during birth. If the baby is deprived of oxygen during the birth or if it receives trauma to the brain, Cerebral Palsy can develop. The effects of this disease last throughout life and can result in minor or major handicaps for the victim. Minor cases notice only a slight handicap, but more severe cases result in the complete disability of the victim.
Not all infant birth injuries are the result of medical malpractice, but if you question the care you or your infant received during childbirth, contact the Pennsylvania medical malpractice attorneys at The Brod Law Firm today. Medical malpractice lawyers can help you receive compensation if you or your child was a victim of medical negligence.
Surgical Mistakes Lawyer Serving Bucks County
Despite training and other precautions, our Bucks County, Pennsylvania area medical malpractice lawyers report that surgical mistakes are fairly common in America. Surgical mistakes can range from easily identifiable, such as a doctor performing surgery on the wrong part of the body, to difficult to recognize. They can also involve incorrect administration of anesthesia and the failure of the doctor or medical staff to recognize patient distress.
Some common injuries resulting from surgical mistakes include paralysis, spinal and brain injuries and unnecessary amputation. Our Bucks County, Pennsylvania area medical malpractice attorneys have litigated a range of medical malpractice cases, including cases where the injuries the victim received were severe, and even fatal.
It is important that clients be aware that not all unsuccessful surgeries in Pennsylvania are the result of medical malpractice. Usually, our medical malpractice lawyers must assess many factors before deciding that an injury is a result of medical malpractice. Usually, malpractice cases can be identified because the resulting injuries sustained by the victim are complications not normally associated with the surgery.
If you question the care you or a loved one received during surgery, we encourage you to contact the Bucks County, Pennsylvania area medical malpractice lawyers at The Brod Law Firm today.
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Bucks County Hospital Negligence Lawyer
It is the responsibility of the hospital to provide adequate care for its patients. Unfortunately, in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, medical malpractice lawyers are often retained because hospitals fail to provide this basic care. If a hospital is negligent and a victim suffers injuries as a result, the victim is eligible to receive monetary compensation.
Medical staff including doctors, dentists, nurses, clinical technicians and any other hospital employee are responsible to provide adequate care. Under law in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, medical malpractice attorneys and their clients can hold hospitals liable for negligence or mistakes made by hospital staff.
Despite continuing medical education and training, the Medical Institute recently reported that medical errors are responsible for at least 44,000 deaths each year in the United States. This number is probably higher, but many cases go unreported. At The Brod Law Firm serving Delaware County, Pennsylvania area our medical malpractice lawyers are committed to assessing your malpractice case and helping you receive the compensation you need to move forward from your injuries.
The Brod Law Firm reminds you that not all unsuccessful medical treatments or patient injuries are the result of hospital negligence. However, if you question the care you or a loved one received from a hospital, we encourage you to contact the Bucks County area medical malpractice attorneys at The Brod Law Firm today. We remind you that medical malpractice lawyers can help you receive compensation you might otherwise not receive if you or a loved one was a victim of negligence.
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Towns We Serve in Bucks County
- New Britain
- New Hope
- Upper Makefield
- Washington Crossing
Cancer Misdiagnosis Lawyer Serving Bucks County
Misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose cancer is more common than most patients know. When a doctor fails to recognize early signs or falsely diagnoses cancer, the physical and emotional trauma that a victim experiences can be disastrous. At The Brod Law Firm serving Bucks County, Pennsylvania, our medical malpractice lawyers have successfully litigated many cancer misdiagnosis cases and garnered awards for our clients.
The most common form of this malpractice is the failure to diagnose cancer in its early stages. Commonly, doctors fail to diagnose breast cancer, colon and rectal cancer, skin cancer, prostate cancer and hemopoietic cancer. When the victim is not informed of his or her condition until after the cancer is terminal, severe psychological and physical damage is sustained. Juries in Pennsylvania are aware of the damage misdiagnosis can inflict upon the victim. The medical malpractice lawyers at The Brod Law Firm want to ease the effects of these injuries as much as possible by assisting and supporting our clients throughout the entire litigation process.
Another mistake physicians can make is to misdiagnose cancer. This occurs when the doctor gives the victim a diagnosis of cancer when the patient does not have the disease. In these instances, the victim can be subjected to unnecessary medical testing and even undergo painful medical procedures, such as chemotherapy. These cases have occurred in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and our medical malpractice attorneys encourage you to call us today if you have been the victim of this unfortunate circumstance. Our personal injury lawyers will work with the victim to ascertain compensation for the medical procedures and for the physical and mental pain and suffering caused as a result of a false diagnosis.
If you or a loved one is a victim of cancer misdiagnosis, we encourage you to contact the Bucks County, Pennsylvania medical malpractice lawyers at The Brod Law Firm today. Medical malpractice attorneys can help you receive compensation if you or a loved one was a victim of misdiagnosis. We get results.
What to Do if You Believe You are a Victim of Medical Malpractice in Bucks County
At The Brod Law Firm we want all of our Bucks County, Pennsylvania area medical malpractice clients to receive fair compensation. Our lawyers recommend that you take several important steps if you believe that you have received insufficient care from a hospital or medical provider. First, question the doctor. If he or she is unable to give you a good answer for the unexpected results or injuries, it is possible that medical malpractice has occurred. To strengthen your case for court in Pennsylvania, our medical malpractice lawyers also encourage you to document every conversation you have or have had with your medical provider. It is important to document the risks your physician did or did not inform you of. Under no circumstances should you sign any documents or agree to any interviews that could potentially be used against your case in the future.
Finally, contact The Brod Law Firm to consult with one of our expert Bucks County, Pennsylvania medical malpractice and personal injury lawyers regarding your case. Remember, time is of the essence and it is possible that your attorney can gain valuable information soon after the injury that he or she might not be able to gather later.
At The Brod Law Firm, our team works hard for your rights. Contact our Bucks County area medical malpractice attorneys for a case review today. Don't settle for less than you deserve. Insurance companies have trial lawyers. Shouldn't you have an experienced personal injury trial lawyer on your side? Call Gary Brod anytime at 888-435-7946 (888-HELPWIN) for a free no obligation consultation and explanation of your legal rights.