When an injury or wrongful death is the result of medical malpractice, Fellerman & Ciarimboli Medical Malpractice Attorneys can help you to ensure the negligent party pays for their actions. When the treatment provided by any healthcare provider falls below the accepted standard of medical care, causing the injury or death of a patient, it is considered medical malpractice. If you or a loved one has been the victim of Medical Malpractice, you need an experienced medical malpractice lawyer that not only knows the law but also has access to a medical team of experts as well to help establish liability in your case.
Types of Medical Malpractice
- Misdiagnoses or Delayed Diagnoses
- Anesthesia Errors
- Surgical Errors
- Lab Errors
- Emergency Room Errors
- Misreading Medical Tests (Mammogram, MRI, X-Rays, etc)
- Postoperative Negligence
- Medication Errors
- Hospital Infections
- Birth Injuries
- Vaccine Injuries
- Improper Treatment
- Nursing Home Neglect
- Wrongful Death
Any medical professional or healthcare organization can be held liable for medical malpractice, including doctors, nurses, surgeons, lab technicians, hospitals, healthcare clinics, surgical centers, pharmacists, paramedics, nursing homes, chiropractors, pharmaceutical companies and medical equipment manufacturers.
A medical malpractice lawyer must prove that a healthcare provider was negligent and that the negligence resulted in injury to the patient. Medical errors and medical negligence happen every day in Pennsylvania. As medical malpractice lawyers in Pa, we have a history of success in winning millions in settlements and verdicts in medical malpractice cases for the clients we represent.
Call a Pennsylvania Medical Malpractice Lawyer Today
If you or a family member has been the victim of medical negligence, call our medical malpractice attorneys in Philadelphia or Wilkes-Barre for a free consultation.
With more than 40 years of combined experience, the personal injury attorneys at Fellerman & Ciarimboli strive to provide the best service to clients in Philadelphia, Northeast Pennsylvania, and throughout the Keystone State.