How We Help
We trust medical professionals and expect that when we receive care, that it will meet the legally required quality standards. When the treatment that health care professionals provide fails to meet the legal standard of care and patients are injured or killed, this means that medical malpractice may have occurred and the families, therefore, deserve to be compensated for their pain and suffering, medical bills, and future expenses.
There is a wide variety of medical professionals and facilities who provide substandard care that, in turn, leads to medical malpractice. These can include: Doctors, Nurses, Nurse Practicioners, Nursing Assistants, Hospitals, Surgery Centers, Midwives, Medical Spas, Urgent and Walk-in Care Facilities, Psychologists, Chiropractors, Anesthesiologists, Nurse Anesthetists, Physical Therapists, and Lab Technicians, among others.
McIver Brown is a dedicated medical malpractice law firm, representing victims and their families who are injured or killed in cases involving hospitals, clinics, doctors, nurses, and other healthcare facilities. If you believe that you or a loved one has been the victim of medical malpractice that had led to serious injury or death, call or contact us immediately to set up a free consultation with one of our experienced medical malpractice attorneys.
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TYPES OF MEDICAL MALPRACTICE
- Misdiagnosis, Failure to Diagnose, Delayed Diagnosis
- Surgical Errors
- Anesthetic errors
- Medication errors, Adverse Reactions, Drug Reactions
- Wrong Treatment
- Medical Procedure Errors, Hospital Errors
- Burns, Burn Therapy
- Birth Injury, Child Delivery
- Abuse, Neglect, Falls
- Failure to Monitor, Failure to Treat
- Other Treatment Below Standard of Care
"Medical malpractice often leaves
patients and their families with huge bills in addition to their suffering. The malpractice isn't the patient's fault, but without legal action, they end up paying the bills. Tragically, because people are unaware of time limitations on their case, they often wait until its too late to take legal action."
Charles Brown, Partner