Medical malpractice is an act of professional negligence committed by a doctor or other health care provider. In most cases, it involves a course of treatment that falls below an accepted standard of care for a particular illness or ailment. The worst cases involve severe or life threatening injury, or even death.
Regulations and standards for medical malpractice cases can vary according to country and jurisdiction. For this reason, Solomon Neuhardt recommends a disciplined attorney to handle the very complex legal issues connected with legal claims arising from medical error.
Errors that cause medical malpractice can begin from very simple omissions or infractions, which result in a variety of unfortunate situations for patients. For example, permanent injuries or further damage to an already unpleasant and painful medical complaint. Most all of these errors could have been prevented, with properly administered and mindful care.
Because professionals obtain liability insurance to offset lawsuit costs and risks, patients may be more likely to be victorious in medical claims. However, when it comes to medical malpractice, the legal system can be a very complicated process to navigate. Solomon Neuhardt believes that only highly disciplined lawyers are able to effectively manage and litigate medical malpractice cases.
The costs of health care in the U.S. continue to rise, however, the quality of medical services available does not match those rising costs. Statistics have shown that approximately 195,000 people die annually in the U.S., due to medical errors. Approximately 73 percent of malpractice claims that are settled, involve medical errors.
Doctors, health care providers and their insurance companies have the best legal representation available. Only a highly qualified medical malpractice personal injury attorney can level the playing field and ensure that injured patients will receive the care and compensation they are entitled to and deserve. This is why patients need Solomon Neuhardt’s highly disciplined and qualified medical malpractice specialists and lawyers to handle their claims and lawsuits.