We Are Here When Medical Professionals Make Mistakes

When you go to see a doctor, you trust them to make the right choices to keep you safe. But, doctors and medical professionals are only human, and their mistakes can lead to serious consequences. When a medical error or negligence leads to your further injury or illness, you have options for recourse. Our lawyers stand by your side when you need to get compensation for medical malpractice.

Are you or a loved one suffering from an injury as a result of a medical mishap? Begin the process to get the compensation you deserve. Dial 229-431-3036.

What Qualifies As Medical Malpractice?

When you enter the medical field, you take on what is known as a "duty of care." You become responsible for your patients' needs and well-being. This can be as simple as making sure that the elderly are free from wounds or as complicated as open heart surgery. And, a basic level of care is invaluable to your health. When that duty of care is breached, or broken, patients are entitled to compensation.

Some examples of potential malpractice include:

  • Inattention from nursing staff that results in bedsores
  • Poorly performed stitches that cause additional wound issues
  • Medical staff administering the wrong medications
  • Surgical errors or misdiagnosis that causes increased illness or pain

This is why a major part of a hospital or medical center's budget goes toward legal staff and insurance. And, because the medical industry and insurance companies do not want to pay more than the bare minimum, you need to hire a lawyer.

Lee | Orlowski, LLC Has Legal Experience To Help You Recover

Our attorneys have more than 90 years of collective experience with the law. We work closely with medical professionals to get appropriate medical opinions and evidence so that when we face insurance companies trying to deny your claim, you walk away with the best settlement possible. Call us today at 229-431-3036. If you are too ill to call, we can come to you. Just email our Albany office to schedule.