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The attorneys of Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC, have experience handling strep and staph infections, as well as other infections, and medical malpractice that involve:
Staph infections can be harmless or they can be extremely dangerous. If a staph infection gets into the bloodstream, it can spread very quickly through different parts of the body and cause tremendous damage. Infection in the bloodstream from any bacteria can quickly lead to a life-threatening condition known as sepsis.
Strep is a bacteria found on the skin. Like staph infections, strep can be mild and relatively innocuous or, if the bacteria gets into the blood stream or lungs, it can be severe or even deadly.
Since both strep and staph infections are most problematic when they are allowed to spread or develop in certain areas of the body, early detection and action are essential. Most strep and staph medical malpractice cases involve a failure to diagnose component. In most of these scenarios, if a doctor, surgeon, nurse or other health care provider had adequately diagnosed the infection and taken early action, serious injuries could have been avoided.
If you have suffered from a staph or strep infection or sepsis, or if you have lost a loved one, our Charlotte medical malpractice lawyers can help you obtain the compensation you deserve.
We have handled strep/staph infection cases and sepsis cases resulting in wrongful death, obtaining just compensation totaling millions of dollars in recoveries for the families of the deceased.
We offer free consultations. If you have been hurt or lost a loved one due to medical malpractice involving strep/staph infections or sepsis, you can sit down with one of our lawyers, free of charge, to learn about your options. Contact us online, call 704-323-7822 or call 844-452-3688 toll free to schedule your free initial telephone consultation with one of our nurses or attorneys.