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Most medical malpractice cases come from the negligence of the doctor, surgeon or obstetrician on hand. In other cases, however, the fault lies in the hands of the nurses, the medical professionals who are supposed to be the eyes and the ears for the doctors.
If a medical professional’s negligence — whether the doctor’s or nurse’s — causes serious injuries, illness or wrongful death, the negligent party should be held accountable for the resulting injuries. Although many people do not like the idea of bringing a lawsuit against a professional who works so hard to help others, if your life has been inalterably changed as a result of someone else’s carelessness or failure to carry out their job duties, you deserve to be compensated for the consequences of that carelessness.
At Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC, we have more than 50 combined years of experience helping our clients obtain compensation for nursing error injuries. Our Charlotte nursing error attorneys have handled medical malpractice cases in which nurses made errors in the contexts of:
There are two sides to every medical malpractice case: the legal and the scientific. At Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC, we make sure we have a full understanding of both sides of these cases. When you contact us for a free initial consultation about any kind of medical malpractice claim, you will speak with an attorney and/or registered nurse, who will use their medical and legal knowledge to determine whether you have a viable claim.
If you have been hurt or have lost someone you love due to nursing error, you can talk with one of our attorneys free of charge. We offer free initial consultations so that nursing error victims have the opportunity to learn about their rights and options without obligation. Call 704-323-7822 or 844-452-3688 toll free or contact us online to schedule your free telephone consultation with one of our nurses or lawyers.