Common Cases of Medical Malpractice

Common Cases of Medical Malpractice

Doctors require more practical training and schooling than most modern professionals. Despite this preparation, medical malpractice still plagues many of our hospitals today. Doctors, nurses, and hospital administration often make negligent mistakes that can cost patients their lives. While many mistakes are inevitable, many others are preventable and when they result in the injury of an innocent party, they are inexcusable. The medical malpractice attorneys of Ausband & Dumont are ready to defend any victim of medical malpractice and help recover compensation for their pain and suffering.

Most Commonly Occurring Medical Malpractice Cases

Americans currently spend roughly one-sixth of the national GDP on health care, and with that large a willingness to pay, patients expect the highest care from their medical professionals. Unfortunately, many doctors do not provide the adequate level of care necessary for their patients. This negligence often stems personal laziness or lack of attention to detail, both of which are unacceptable traits for medical professionals. Some of the most commonly occurring cases of medical malpractice include:

  • Surgical Errors
  • Delayed Treatment
  • Pharmaceutical Errors
  • Wrong Diagnosis

These are only some of the most common cases of medical malpractice. Medical malpractice can take many varying forms and it may be difficult for families to identify. If you believe you may have been a victim of medical malpractice, consult an Atlanta personal injury attorney today.

Contact an Atlanta Medical Malpractice Lawyer

If you or someone you love has suffered from medical malpractice, you may be eligible to recover compensation for your suffering. At Ausband & Dumont, our attorneys are dedicated to helping families who have been wronged by their doctor or hospital receive compensation for the additional injuries they incurred. Patients enlist the help of health care professionals to better their lives and when they leave those under their care worse than they came, a great injustice has occurred. Contact our offices today at (404) 812-0051 to speak with a qualified medical malpractice attorney.