Medical malpractice DC lawsuits can hold medical professionals accountable for their mistakes or incidences of negligence and prevent similar mistakes from happening in the future.
Medical malpractice DC attorneys should have a deep understanding of the scientific and medical complexities involved in these cases.
Woman Sues Mercy Medical Center
According to The News-Review, one woman, Renee Bates, has sued CHI Mercy Medical Center in Douglas County Circuit Court on February 4th, alleging medical malpractice. Bates claims that the hospital failed to attend to and supervise her when she was suffering from orthostatic hypotension and was at severe risk of falling. Bates fell off her bedside commode in February of 2017 and struck her head on the floor of her hospital room. Bates alleges that this blow fractured her cervical spine which resulted in three surgeries to repair cervical instability and to repair an injured cervical disc. Bates now suffers from permanent restriction of cervical range of motion.
Medical Malpractice DC
No one thinks they will one day need a medical malpractice attorney. However, if you are a victim of medical negligence, it is important to understand your options. Medical malpractice DC lawsuits can hold doctors accountable for their mistakes and prevent similar mistakes from occurring in the future.
Our attorneys have decades of experience with medical malpractice cases. We are trial lawyers first, which means that we will handle your case with the understanding that it may go to trial and strategize accordingly.
If you or a loved one has been a victim of medical malpractice DC, contact our attorneys for a free, confidential, no-obligation consultation to discuss your options.
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