We have a reliable force of healthcare professionals in Pennsylvania and New Jersey who provide exceptional services. Unfortunately, some professionals will fail to treat their patients within the acceptable standards for a medical professional. If this happens, you are entitled to compensation for the mental and physical damages caused by the negligence of the healthcare professional.
Medical malpractice happens when a medical professional makes mistakes or fails to accomplish the duty of care to you. When this happens, your health is compromised as the existing condition may worsen. This causes a lot of financial setbacks, and it can cause irreversible damage in some cases.
When should you contact a medical malpractice lawyer?
As soon as you discover that the healthcare professional you trusted with your health is negligent to your needs, you should contact a medical malpractice lawyer/attorney immediately. At Kap Law, we understand your frustrations and aim to make a positive difference in your life. We will leverage our experience to ensure that you understand what you are entitled to under the law and that you get the answers and the compensation you deserve.When the details are still fresh, you can get all the paperwork in order and meet all the deadlines required to maximize your potential compensation. Under Pennsylvania and New Jersey law, you are required to file a medical malpractice claim within two years from when the medical professional committed a negligent act resulting in your injuries
Examples of Medical Malpractice
Misdiagnosis: failure to correctly diagnose your ailment leading to injury or severe health conditions.
Delayed diagnosis: failure to make a timely diagnosis to treat a medical condition, therefore, causing harm to a patient.
Childbirth injuries: preventable errors during childbirth which cause harm to your baby.
Surgical errors: the surgeon performing the surgical procedure fails to follow the appropriate standard of care, therefore, causing harm to the patient.
Death: wrongful death due to the carelessness and negligence of a medical professional.
Surgery complications: injury or death due to a surgical error and negligence and inattention from the surgeon performing the surgery.
Who Can Be At Fault For Medical Malpractice?
Any medical professional who is responsible for your treatment, care, and aftercare can be liable for medical malpractice. This includes:
- Urgent Cares
- Nursing Home
How Kap Law can help you with your medical malpractice claim
We aim to help you settle medical malpractice claims within the shortest time possible. Kap Law aims to ensure that you get the answers to all your questions as well as appropriate medical attention. We will take care of all legal procedures and secure your interests to ensure that you are compensated.
Kap Law specializes in medical malpractice claims to acquire compensation for our clients. We have a dedicated team of experienced experts ready to defend your rights. We are not intimidated by big corporations and insurance companies. Kap Law works tirelessly to fight for the maximum compensation that you deserve. Contact us today to get the best personal injury attorney for top-rated medical malpractice claims representation.