Are You Recovering From A Medical Error?
Medical treatment requires you to trust your doctors and other medical professionals. For many of us, this is not a difficult thing; all our lives, we believe that doctors know best. But, do you really understand what your doctor is saying? How do you know that your doctor is worthy of your trust?
At Bonner Law, we work on your behalf and ensure that you get the support and compensation you deserve when your medical care providers make critical errors. Michael P. Bonner has over 30 years of experience litigating medical malpractice cases for both plaintiffs and defendants. His extensive legal background and experience representing healthcare providers gives him a unique insight that allows him to provide you with the best possible representation. Schedule a free consultation at our office now at 305-676-8800.
Is Your Medical Team Living Up To Industry Ethical And Practical Standards?
Unfortunately, medical professionals are not perfect. They can make mistakes or simply fail to practice medicine according to industry standards. Common examples of medical malpractice include:
- Surgical Errors: Wrong site surgery or avoidable complications, etc
- Nursing Negligence: Failure to follow orders or to properly monitor, etc
- Physician Negligence: Failure to diagnose and treat or misdiagnosis, etc.; and
- Hospital Negligence: Infections, laboratory or pharmacy errors, etc
Understaffed hospitals, overworked nurses, rushed or unqualified physicians and other human errors, as well as cost-cutting, can lead to serious mistakes which most often cause devastating consequences to patients which are life-changing. With the proper representation you deserve, you may be entitled to compensation for damages including medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering.
Contact Our Firm
With a passionate advocate on your side, you can get the compensation you deserve that will allow you to put your life back together. Contact us today at 305-676-8800 to schedule a free consultation and case evaluation.