Injured Because Of Medical Malpractice?
When you or a loved one seeks medical attention, you expect them to help you feel better and heal. If you leave the hospital in an even worse condition, it may be the result of medical malpractice.
Suffering medical malpractice can change your family’s life, and leave you facing an uncertain future. The attorneys of the leading Rhode Island firm, D’Alessandro & Wright, LLC, have extensive experience handling medical malpractice cases, and we will guide you through any legal challenge you face.
Here are answers to some common questions you might have after an incident of medical malpractice:
What is medical malpractice?
Medical malpractice describes when a medical professional is negligent. They fail to provide the expected standard of care to a patient, which leads to an even more serious injury or illness. The most common forms of medical malpractice include:
- If a doctor failed to diagnose a serious illness
- If a patient receives improper or incorrect treatment
- If doctors do not give patients proper warning about treatment
How do I know if my doctor has committed malpractice?
If you or a loved one feels like a victim of medical malpractice, you very well might be.
It is important to speak with an experience attorney about your concerns. We have worked on many medical malpractice cases, and we know how to spot the signs.
What kind of compensation is available?
If your family has suffered from medical malpractice, you can recover compensation for:
- All your medical costs
- Rehabilitation and treatment costs
- Therapy or counseling costs
- Pain and suffering
- Mental distress
- Lost wages or ability to work
Our lawyers will stand up to negligent medical professionals to maximize your compensation for your injuries.
We Are Ready To Help. Contact Us Today.
We are prepared to fight for you and recover the damages your family has suffered because of medical negligence. Fill out our online contact form or call our Providence office directly at 401-308-3596 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your questions with an attorney today.