When A Doctor Fails You
Even doctors and hospitals make mistakes. At the Crosby Law Office, we hold everyone accountable for the injuries and deaths that happen.
When tragedy occurs, no one tells the patient what happened. No one ever tells the patient why it happened. They only say that bad things like this do happen, or that it is God’s will. We know that is not always the case. For many families, answering this question is paramount.
For more than 30 years, I have worked for my clients to uncover the truth about these tragedies that should have been prevented. Medical malpractice cases involve the failure of health care providers to meet the standard of care in the treatment of their patients.
Common Grounds For Medical Negligence
When doctors, nurses, hospitals and clinics fail to maintain the proper standard of care, injuries and death may occur. They may be caused by:
- Failure to timely diagnose and treat a medical condition which results in severe injury or death
- Failure to properly monitor a patient
- Mistakes during surgery
- Failure to inform patients of risks and the alternative treatments
- Failure to perform tests
- Prescription errors
- Failure to treat life-threatening conditions
- Birth injuries
- Brain injuries
Cases of medical malpractice are subject to deadlines known as “statutes of limitation.” If you wait too long to file a claim, you may be prohibited from bringing a case, no matter how justified. I will ensure your case is filed in a timely manner and protect your right to recover compensation for your injuries.
Contact Me Today
Medical malpractice cases are complex. Don’t delay speaking with me if you believe you have suffered negligence from a medical professional. Call my St. Paul office at 651-225-1860 or make an appointment online. I’m centrally located on Cleveland Avenue and I am honored to help you.