Harford County Medical Malpractice Lawyer
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Medical malpractice occurs when health care professionals provide substandard
treatment in their area of expertise, leading to the injury or death of
a patient. In order to have a valid claim for compensation in the state
of Maryland, it must be shown the act of malpractice or negligence was
perpetrated by the hospital, doctor, nurse, or other health care provider,
and that this act directly resulted in the injury, death, disability,
or pain and suffering.
Some of the most common errors made by medical providers that lead to medical
malpractice claims are:
- Negligent prenatal care
- Negligent care during childbirth
- Delayed diagnosis
- Medication errors
- Anesthesia errors
- Surgical errors
Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice
Unfortunately, medical malpractice is far too common in the United States.
Numerous patients needlessly suffer or die every year due to negligence
by individuals who are supposed to act in a professional manner. Many
victims may not be aware of their rights or even how to begin pursuing
compensation for the damages that they suffered.
It is important to understand that there is a statute of limitations in
Maryland for filing a medical malpractice lawsuit. This is either five
years from the date that the malpractice occurred or three years from
the date that the injury or error was initially discovered.
Let Our Skilled Edgewood Lawyer Take on Your Case
If you have suffered medical malpractice, you have legal options available.
At the Law Offices of Adam M. Smallow, we have the experience and credentials
necessary to help you evaluate these options and effectively pursue monetary
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We offer prompt and responsive service, affordable fees, and aggressive
representation as we work towards the best possible outcome.
Call us at (410) 877-6021 and schedule your
free initial consultation!