Written by Keith V. Trantolo
C.L. Plainville, CT
Mammograms, PSA tests, ultrasounds, CT scans: There’s a medical test for almost any physical illness, but there’s no test that ensures your doctor takes the time to carefully listen—really listen— to your symptoms and concerns.
When doctors don’t listen, mistakes can be made and there may be terrible consequences.
Every year, nearly 100,000 people suffer injuries or die as a result of medical malpractice. That’s nearly 50% more people than are injured or killed in car accidents.
Do You Have a Medical Malpractice Case?
Medical malpractice occurs anytime a healthcare professional’s actions or inactions cause an injury or death. Examples of medical malpractice are failure to diagnose a condition or disease, surgical errors, and birth injuries like cerebral palsy and Erb’s palsy. Failure to diagnose or maintain a standard of care may lead to wrongful death in certain cases.
Any healthcare professional in any healthcare setting could potentially be responsible for your medical malpractice injury, including doctors, nurses, hospitals, health clinics, dentists, anesthesiologists, et al. Many times, in order to get all the medical records and facts, you need aggressive legal representation. Our medical malpractice attorneys will evaluate your claim and help you recover compensation from the healthcare professional that injured you or your family member.
Trantolo & Trantolo’s Connecticut medical malpractice attorneys have handled hundreds of these complicated claims and recovered millions of dollars on our clients’ behalf. If you believe that you or a loved one has been injured, it is essential that you contact one of the experienced medical malpractice lawyers at Trantolo & Trantolo.
To discuss your case, contact us.