Medical Injury & Negligence
Doctors and other health care providers are expected to provide patients with appropriate medical care. However, when a medical professional acts negligently and causes harm to a patient, the patient has a right to take legal action. Medical malpractice can often leave victims suffering severe, life-changing injuries that require ongoing treatment or result in death.
Medical negligence and injury can result in catastrophic harm,
Brain injuries can be divided into two classes: traumatic and non-traumatic.
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is caused by an external impact such as a blow to the head, penetration by a foreign object, or violent shaking. Examples of TBI include concussions, diffuse axonal injuries, and hemorrhaging (bleeding in the brain).
- Non-traumatic brain injury is caused by conditions within the body such as lack of oxygen, infections, or tumors. This type of brain injury is particularly likely to have been caused by medical malpractice.
If you or your loved one has suffered a brain injury that you believe may have been caused by or exacerbated by medical negligence, now is no time to sit around. The sooner you begin pursuing your claim, the better your chances will be.
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