The health care professionals who provide you with care when you are at your most vulnerable owe you a duty of care that, in essence, amounts to providing you with the same level of care that their peers would provide in a similar situation. If you’ve been injured by a healthcare provider’s negligence, consult with an experienced Wisconsin medical malpractice attorney.
The Elements of Your Claim
The four elements that are necessary for a medical malpractice claim to prevail include:
- The medical professional or facility owed you a duty of care. If you are a doctor’s patient, for example, he or she owes you a duty of care regarding the treatment that he or she provides.
- The medical professional or facility breached the duty of care it owed you.
- This breach caused you to be injured.
- Your injuries caused you to suffer legal damages, which break down into medical expenses, lost earnings, and physical and emotional pain and suffering.
Medical malpractice claims can be especially difficult because not only did you fail to receive the help that you needed but you also experienced a health setback.
Turn to an Experienced Wisconsin Medical Malpractice Attorney for the Legal Guidance You Need
If you’re the victim of medical malpractice, the dedicated medical malpractice attorneys at Groth Law Firm, S.C in Wisconsin are committed to skillfully advocating for your claim’s best possible resolution. To learn more about how we can help you, please don’t hesitate to contact or call us at (414) 409-0114 today.
Are doctors always responsible for medical malpractice?
Doctors aren’t always responsible for incidents involving medical malpractice. In actuality, support staff or the medical facility itself can be found responsible.
What are some common examples of medical malpractice?
Common examples of medical malpractice include birth injuries, surgical errors, negligence in the ER, misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose, and more.
Do I have a viable medical malpractice claim?
Medical malpractice claims are complicated, which makes consulting with an experienced medical malpractice attorney the most important step in determining whether or not you have a solid claim.