When a licensed healthcare professional acts negligently, causing injury or death to a patient, that patient or their loved ones may be entitled to collect damages. The attorneys at the Ramirez Law Group, PLLC can help you seek due compensation for such occurrences.
When a medical provider fails to follow procedure or performs an operation they should not have, this could be a case of medical malpractice. If you or a loved one was injured as a result of medical malpractice or you simply have a question that has not yet been answered, please call our attorneys at , or contact us here.
Anesthesia mistakes are most often thought of as occurring in an operating room, however they can occur during labor and delivery, in pre-op and recovery rooms, during dental procedures, and during numerous out-patient procedures in clinics and doctor’s offices.
Any damage to a developing brain (whether genetic or from an injury), may cause cerebral palsy. Failure to identify complications during pregnancy, which results in injury, is an example of medical malpractice.
If a doctor or other hospital employee is careless, did not have the proper skills or just simply ignored the rules and procedures, the hospital may be held responsible for a patient’s injuries.
Hepatitis, HIV Exposure
Thousands of patients who underwent surgery may have been exposed to hepatitis B, hepatitis C or HIV during their operations.
Nursing Home Abuse
Nursing home neglect can occur when a patient does not receive the emotional, physical and psychological care needed to maintain a quality of life.
One of the most tragic events a new parent can face is being told their child has suffered a birth injury. This news becomes even more traumatic when the parents learn their child’s injury could have been prevented.
Children born with Erbs Palsy can suffer partial or total paralysis of this part of the body. When Erbs Palsy occurs, it usually results from a difficult birth.
The public greatly values the opinions and diagnoses of medical doctors and when our healthcare providers fail to diagnose a patient properly, resulting in serious injury or even death, they should be held accountable.
The use of prescription drugs is very common and the number of people taking multiple prescription drugs is staggering. Medical professionals must understand the chemical effects of each drug they prescribe as well as the possible side effects when taken with other prescribed and over-the-counter drugs.