Do You Need Philadelphia Medical Malpractice Lawyers

Medical malpractice, very often, is mistaken by a patient for a bad result. Not every case that ended badly was  necessarily a medical malpractice. Having said that, it does not mean that doctors do not make mistakes. Even when the doctor has done everything right the patient may still end up with a bad result. In order for the case to be a medical malpractice case the doctors action has to be a deviation of standard medical care or a mistake that no prudent physician would make. An obvious example is a case  in which the doctor is suppose to operate on the right leg to amputate it, but instead the doctor amputates the left leg. Strangely  Philadelphia Medical Malpractice Lawyers have seen these types of errors occur.

 

Other often mistakes that occur in a medical malpractice is the failure to diagnose a curable condition in the beginning, but left untreated will cause dire consequences. For example a woman had a small tumor, but the doctor failed to see that in the mammogram and it had become an advanced staged tumor, and it is now too late for only surgical treatment.

 

If you suspect that your doctor has done something that they shouldn’t have or have not done something that they should have you should seek out immediate legal assistance. You may contact our law firm or your local attorney. Our Philadelphia, Montgomery County and Bucks County Lawyers work on a contingency fee, which means that there is no fee to you, unless we win your case.

 

Before you come in for your free consultation, our attorneys will ask you to bring all of your medical records regarding this case. We will review these records and advise you on whether or not you have a case that should be pursued. When we decide to move forward with a medical malpractice suit, we will start the process by conducting an investigation of your case. Our Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers will consult medical experts, that are board certified in specialties, relating to your medical malpractice case. This will  determine whether the highest standard of care was provided.  If our investigation reveals that the doctor was in breach of the standard of care or negligence is confirmed, then your Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers will institute suit.

 

The attorneys of Kats, Jamison and Associates help clients in Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks, Delaware and Chester counties. Our lawyers will seek full and fair compensation of our client’s medical malpractice cases.
If you have been a victim of medical malpractice, call us immediately (1-800-529-1917) for a free attorney consultation on your case. By law you only have two years, from the time that you knew or should have known that medical malpractice has occurred, to file suit.