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New Glasgow Medical Malpractice Lawyer

The recipients of negligent medical care often face undue scrutiny and disbelief. When a medical condition worsens after receiving treatment or when patients develop additional medical complaints after visiting their healthcare provider, oftentimes it can be difficult to prove that their physician’s negligence was responsible for causing their aggravated symptoms.

If a victim of medical malpractice sustains compensable injuries as the result of their healthcare provider’s negligence, they may choose to pursue legal action against them. However, without legal assistance, it can be extremely difficult to prove that a doctor’s wrongful conduct caused the patient’s medical condition to worsen.

That is because, throughout the country, medical professionals are represented by the Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA). Healthcare providers can receive legal defense assistance from this nationwide organization. The CMPA has a reputation for stringently defending doctors, even in the face of legitimate, provable negligence claims. As a result, patients whose medical conditions worsened because of their healthcare provider’s negligence often find the process of pursuing accountability and compensation to be overwhelming, complicated, and ultimately futile.

However, at Preszler Injury Lawyers, our medical malpractice lawyers serving New Glasgow have a history of standing up to the CMPA, and working with experts to gather thorough medical evidence to substantiate the claims of the clients we represent. Our New Glasgow medical malpractice lawyers believe that no one should be forced to endure the physical, psychological, and financial repercussions of a healthcare provider’s negligence.

Medical professionals owe a duty of care to their patients. Because of the nature of the work they do and the services they provide, doctors, surgeons, nurses, and other healthcare providers have a responsibility to deliver the highest quality of service to the patients in their care. If, through a number of wrongful actions or errors, a healthcare provider fails to fulfill their duty of care, they may be considered negligent.

Common examples of medical malpractice that could cause patients to develop worsened medical conditions include:

  • Misdiagnosing an injury or illness
  • Unnecessary surgery
  • Surgical errors
  • Misreading or ignoring laboratory test results
  • Disregarding the patient’s medical history
  • Failing to sterilize medical equipment
  • Prescribing improper medication or incorrect dosages
  • And more

As a result of the substandard treatment they have received, a patient’s medical condition could deteriorate, causing them to endure physical trauma, psychological distress, and in many cases, substantial financial losses. By working with our medical malpractice lawyers serving New Glasgow, the victims of a healthcare provider’s negligence may be able to recover the compensation they are duly owed.

If you are eligible to pursue a claim, our New Glasgow medical malpractice lawyers may be able to help you recover damages you incurred as a result of your doctor’s negligence. These damages may include:

  • Medical expenses
  • Rehabilitation costs
  • Ongoing medical care/in-home care
  • Lost wages due to missed work
  • Loss of future earning capacity
  • Adjusted living expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Punitive damages
  • And possibly more

To review the details of your case and learn if you might be entitled to financial compensation, call Preszler Injury Lawyers today and schedule a free initial consultation with our medical malpractice lawyers serving New Glasgow.

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Free Consultation for New Glasgow Residents – We Don’t Get Paid Unless We Win

Patients in New Glasgow must be able to trust their healthcare providers. If a local doctor’s wrongful actions, inactions, errors, omissions, or other forms of negligence caused you to sustain additional or worsened injuries, they should be held accountable for their failure to fulfill the duty of care they owed you.

Our New Glasgow medical malpractice lawyers are standing by to discuss your case in a cost-free, no-obligation initial consultation. To learn more about options that may be available to you, call our medical malpractice lawyers serving New Glasgow to schedule your free initial consultation.

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