How We Help
Patients turn to hospitals in their time of need, looking for compassion and adequate care. Increasingly, however, corporate owned hospitals are often understaffed or are unwilling to hire qualified attendants, resulting in staff negligence of a patient’s basic needs, or, in some cases, direct abuse and hospital malpractice.
Handling a hospital negligence or abuse case is complicated, and is not something a general attorney usually has the skills to handle. Rather, you need a law firm that is experienced in hospital neglect cases. McIver Brown is one of the nation
SIGNS OF NEGLECT
- Bed Sores, Bruises
- Falls, Broken Bones
- Uncleanliness, Poor Hygiene of Patient
- Complaints of Poor Treatment
- Overdose, Head Injury
- Complications in treatment
- Adverse treatment outcome
"Hospital negligence kills more people
each year than car accidents. Tragically, many people never find out what really happened, and because people are unaware of time limitations on their case, they often wait until its too late to take action."
Robert Wharton, Associate