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Medical Malpractice Lawyer in St. Charles County

Medical Malpractice

Doctors have a legal and moral responsibility to provide the utmost level of care to their patients. Medical malpractice is when a medical professional acts outside the boundaries of normal practices and the patient suffers for it. Patients who are already vulnerable may suffer serious injuries or death when a doctor makes a mistake or misdiagnoses a disease or health condition. In such cases, the St. Charles County medical malpractice victim and their family may be able to hold the negligent doctor liable for damages suffered.

Top Three Adverse Outcomes of Medical Malpractice

The Missouri Department of Insurance listed three of the most common medical malpractice cases as surgical errors, anesthesia errors and medication errors.

  • Surgical errors: Common medical malpractice claims involving surgery include wrong-site surgery, leaving instruments inside the patient body and botching the surgery.
  • Missouri anesthesia errors: The most common anesthesia claims in Missouri involve errors made during intubation, heart and lung events and allergic reactions.
  • Missouri medication errors: The three most common medication errors include negative side effects (not including allergic reactions), administering the wrong medication and giving the wrong dosage.

Injuries Suffered by Medical Malpractice Victims

There is a wide range of injuries that may be suffered in a medical malpractice injury accident. If given the wrong medication, a patient can suffer internal injuries and organ damage. When mistakes are made during surgical procedures, the resulting injuries could result in disabilities and permanent scars. The severity of the injury suffered will affect the amount of compensation that may be available.

Filing a Medical Malpractice Claim in St. Charles County

A medical malpractice claim is a civil lawsuit that allows a victim to pursue financial compensation for their losses and suffering. Damages that should be taken into consideration include hospital bills, lost wages, lost future wages, loss of livelihood, emotional trauma and in some cases, punitive damages. Anyone who has suffered an injury because of the actions of a medical professional would be well-advised to speak with a skilled St. Charles County personal injury attorney to discuss his or her legal options.

Holding a doctor or medical care facility liable for an injury can be rather challenging. Our skilled attorneys have years of experience handling medical malpractice and wrongful death cases in Missouri. We provide free consultations and comprehensive case evaluations to injured victims and their families. Call (314) 322-8515.

Free Consultation:

I always offer free consultations for personal injury cases. You may not need a lawyer to handle your injury case, but you should at least get a free consultation to determine if you do.

Also, if I agree to handle your case, I handle it on a contingent basis. This means you don’t pay a fee unless I win your case.

Call (314) 322-8515 at any time (24 hours a day/7 days a week) to schedule your free consultation. You can also send me an email at john@pagelaw.com.

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