Filing a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit in Jonesboro, Fort Smith, Fayetteville and Rogers
For the most part, physicians, surgeons and hospitals provide the best medical care possible to patients. Sometimes, a medical professional does not make a good decision regarding treatment, lacks the ability to perform a complicated surgery or is deliberately negligent with administering any type of medical care. In fact, recent studies show that medical malpractice is a primary cause of death in the U.S., surpassed by cancer and cardiovascular disease. If you are a resident of Jonesboro, Fort Smith, Fayetteville or Rogers and think you may have a medical malpractice case, the law office of Nolan Caddell Reynolds is here to argue and prove your case in court and win the compensation you rightly deserve.
What Constitutes Medical Malpractice?
Jonesboro, Fort Smith, Fayetteville and Rogers residents who have suffered one or more of the following could have a legitimate medical malpractice case:
Negligent Administration of Drugs – Giving patients the wrong drug, giving patients drugs that negatively interact, administering wrong dosages or giving medications to patients who are allergic to them.
Anesthesia Errors – Neglecting to make adjustments when monitoring abnormal vital signs, neglecting to intubate patients properly or administering local/general anesthesia too late to adequately anesthetize patients.
Emergency Room Errors – Failing to recognize signs of heart attack, stroke or other serious condition and initiating appropriate treatment, misreading x-rays, test results or charts, or delaying diagnoses or misdiagnosing conditions such as strokes, blood clots, appendicitis or appendicitis.
Hospital Errors – Hospitals failing to check if employees are properly licenses to perform specific functions, neglecting patients, failing to complete diagnostic tests as ordered by attending physicians or ignoring patients to the point their condition destabilizes.
Essentially, a medical malpractice case must show that someone was physically or psychological harmed by the negligence of a health care professional. A person does not have to die to bring a medical malpractice lawsuit to court.
How We Can Help Jonesboro, Fort Smith, Fayetteville and Rogers Residents with Their Medical Malpractice Claim
At Nolan Caddell Reynolds, we use our skill and experience to evaluate cases by thoroughly investigating the event and determining if fault lies with the defendant(s). We will also arrange for medical experts to provide testimony during the proceedings to indicate where doctors or hospitals were negligent during treatment. We will meticulously craft a persuasive, compelling case and fight aggressively on the behalf of our clients.
If you think you have been a victim of medical malpractice, please call the law office of Nolan Caddell Reynolds today to schedule a consultation as soon as possible.