Experienced, Aggressive Lawyers for Patients & Families in Hamden, CT
We all rely on medical care providers. Where would we be without them? Doctors and hospitals are as indispensable as firefighters or police officers. They hold our health and even our lives in their hands.
That’s why the law expects so much of them. Indeed, the medical profession itself has instituted very high standards for doctors, nurses, surgeons, pharmacists, and more.
When caregivers provide substandard care, they incur a legal obligation to pay the victims for the full costs of their negligence.
Unfortunately, mistakes aren’t uncommon. When they happen, patients stand a much better chance of getting the money they’re really owed if they are represented by experienced and aggressive malpractice lawyers.
Berkowitz Hanna is a Hamden personal injury firm with decades of specific experience in medical malpractice. No case is too big, too small, or too complicated. Our record of results speaks for itself.
If you or someone you love has been injured or killed because a hospital or doctor was irresponsible in their provision of care, please call us and talk to our skilled Hamden, CT medical malpractice lawyers today.
The sooner we can get started, the more effectively we can advocate for your best interests. We’re looking out for you.
Do I Have a Strong Medical Malpractice Case?
Most of us have either gotten bad news in a bill of health or we know someone who has. Sadly, illness is a part of life, and injuries are sometimes unavoidable too.
But did you know that medical malpractice is one of the leading causes of death in the United States? And many more are injured or endure terrible illness and overwhelming financial stress as a result of medical negligence.
Not every medical mishap amounts to malpractice, but if your doctor or care provider could have prevented you from suffering harm and didn’t, there’s a good chance that you might be entitled to compensation under Connecticut state law.
The best way to find out whether you have a valid claim is simply to call our skilled Hamden, CT medical malpractice attorneys in our office and ask. Remember that medical malpractice can take many forms, and no two cases are quite alike.
The Terrible Consequences of Medical Malpractice Cases
Even a momentary, seemingly innocent error can have a life-changing impact on a vulnerable patient. The effects of medical malpractice can be catastrophic. Even in milder cases, malpractice victims frequently face long and expensive roads to recovery.
Typical damages include:
- Brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Dangerous interactions between multiple medications
- Advanced stages of fatal illnesses (e.g., cancer, heart disease)
- Birth injuries
- Cerebral palsy
- Surgeries required to remedy the initial malpractice
- Severe emotional distress
- Wrongful death
To give you a sense of how easily malpractice can unfold, we’ve listed a few of the most common, everyday factors below. The specific facts always matter, though, so you should never make a decision about taking action without first consulting an experienced lawyer.
- Failing to really listen to patients and take their symptoms seriously
- Failure to take a patient’s complete history
- Inadequate sanitation
- Failure to consider alternative diagnoses
- Having too many patients in a day
- Not communicating properly with other staff members
- Confusing patients’ charts
- Any other irresponsible or dangerous behavior
A malpractice lawyer in Hamden, CT can represent your interests and insist that the responsible parties pay their fair shares.
Who Can Be Sued for Medical Malpractice?
Defendants in a typical medical negligence lawsuit could include:
- Assisted living facilities
- Cosmetic surgeons
- Emergency rooms (ER) / emergency departments (ED)
- Family doctors
- Insurance companies
- Nursing homes
- Physician assistants
- Urgent care clinics
- Any other party negligently contributing to your damages
Contact our Hamden, CT Medical Malpractice Attorney as Soon as Possible
No one deserves to pay the price for another party’s negligence. Your care provider may not have intended for you to suffer, but if you’ve had setbacks because of their carelessness, you shouldn’t be the one to pay for it.
Turn to the compassionate, impassioned, and deeply experienced advocates at Berkowitz Hanna. Let us fight your battle while you and your family focus on getting well.
Contact our office and ask for a free consultation with our Hamden malpractice attorneys today.