Sorry to learn. You can get a free consultation with a Pennsylvania attorney who will guide you. Call mike trunk at Kline and Soecter in Philly good luck. B
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You need to prove that the medical provider deviated from the accepted standards of medical practice. You need an attorney and expert witnesses to do this. Consult with a local medical malpractice attorney to find out if you have a viable case.Ask a similar question
Sorry to her about your mom.
Many times the two are synonymous. Oftentimes people refer to malpractice being negligence by a doctor and sometimes medical negligence being that done by a facility. The difference between the two doesn't matter so much here. What you need to do is contact a medical malpractice attorney and do so quickly. The attorney you contact will investigate to make a determination on how to proceed. Again, as in all cases like this, there are time limits.
One attorney from PA that frequents this site is Christian K. Lassen. You may want to contact him or any attorney you choose, but do contact someone.
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I'mm so sorry to hear of your Mom's troubles. Pull her medical chart from the hospital and schedule a consultation with a local malpractice attorney. He or she will review it and have a doctor review it as well. If the MD thinks its a deviation from the standard of care, the MD will certify it as malpractice and then you can file suit. It sounds like malpractice but we attorneys are only attorneys and not medical doctors. It is worth looking into. Good luck with it and speedy recovery to your Mom.
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There are, essentially, four legs to the table of medical malpractice/negligence. They all have to exist in order for you to have a case.
We have a pretty detailed post on the subject on our website. You can find it at http://lowenthalabrams.com/general-legal-explanations/medical-malpractice-and-medical-negligence-explained/
I am sorry to hear your mother has gone through such a terrible experience.Ask a similar question
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