Legal professionals in the medical malpractice and hospital neglect realm in Connecticut deal with all types of medical malpractice cases including:
- Negligence in providing medical treatment or care
- Delayed diagnosis and substandard treatment of cancer or any other disease for that matter
- Illnesses or injuries caused due to medical malpractice on behalf of the care provider
- Misdiagnosis despite clear symptoms for conditions such as heart attacks, stroke, pulmonary embolism
- Radiological misdiagnosis
Our legal counselors understand that not every medical injury or illness or a negative medical outcome is because of medical malpractice, but on the other side of the coin, they also are well aware of how prevalent medical malpractice is and how hundreds of victims every year suffer because of negligence by a doctor, nurse, hospital, or any other medical facility.
If you need legal help along these lines (or so many others) USAttorneys.com is what you need to use to find that legal representative. There is no reason to yell at the hospital staff, most of them had nothing to do with this and one of them could be helpful to your case months from now. After a few clicks and keystrokes, you will be able to set up a meeting with a legal professional that knows med mal cases and knows that you need a medical expert (a doctor) to make this case viable.
The standard of care in medical malpractice cases
The fact is that doctors, just like the rest of us, are humans too and are also prone to making errors. However, when doctors, surgeons, etc. make errors, it can prove to be detrimental for their patients and even fatal, which is why they are held to something known as a standard of care.
In fact, when they step into the profession, they even take an oath known as the Hippocratic Oath where they promise to provide the best healthcare they can to every patient.
When it comes to the judicial system determining whether or not medical malpractice ensued in an alleged medical malpractice case, what is factored is whether or not the standard of care provided in the case in question met the accepted standard of care. If it did then medical malpractice did not occur, but if it was found lacking and not up to the accepted standard of care in Connecticut, then medical malpractice is deemed to have taken place.
For most medical situations, the accepted standard of medical care in The Constitution State is already pre-defined. However, in cases where there is no accepted standard of care, then a hypothetical recreation of the circumstances ensues and medical experts will testify as to what a reasonable, rational doctor would have done in this situation and this is then considered as the accepted standard of medical care.
Why you need a medical malpractice lawyer
Medical malpractice laws are vast while malpractice lawsuits are subjected to a statute of limitations and to prove a lawsuit requires concrete evidence, supporting testimonies from medical experts, tact, and commitment.
All of this is something our golden Connecticut medical malpractice lawyers have and you will find the top legal professionals in the state right here at USAttorneys.com. They know a viable case when they see one and they know they need a legal expert to support your case or this case is stuck in the mud. No worries, our attorneys have medical contacts that can give them an honest answer in terms of your case in terms if there was medical negligence here.
You need to use the interactive map on our website so you can pick an attorney from your county or area. You will have several choices; you can call as many as you want. The first meeting is free! They only win if you win. But these cases are not easy to win for the most part and they can be time consuming.
Alternatively, you can fill the contact form and one of our representatives will reach out to you as soon as possible if you have any questions or issues. We want you to get your life back on track. We do not like it when people are neglected when they are the most vulnerable which is what you are when you are in a hospital!