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Your Medical Malpractice Attorneys

In the United States alone, more than 250,000 people die from medical malpractice each year. At Bernstein, DeCailly & Marshall, PLLC we provide legal help for people and families who have been victims of medical malpractice. If you suspect medical malpractice, don’t wait.

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Your Medical Malpractice Attorneys

In the United States alone, more than 250,000 people die from medical malpractice each year. At Bernstein, DeCailly & Marshall, PLLC we provide legal help for people and families who have been victims of medical malpractice. If you suspect medical malpractice, don’t wait.

Contact us now for a free case review.

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What You Should Know About Medical Malpractice

When patients seek medical care, they should expect to receive a certain standard of care. Any departure from that standard of care is unacceptable, yet medical malpractice is the third leading cause of death in the nation. Medical malpractice or ‘medical negligence’ occurs when a patient is harmed by a health care provider’s action or harmed by their failure to perform an action during treatment. Thousands of medical malpractice cases go unreported each year. Don’t let your case be one of them. With a proven track record of success, we at Bernstein, DeCailly & Marshall, PLLC pride ourselves on protecting our client’s legal rights and allowing those affected by medical malpractice to regain emotional and financial security.

Can I File For Medical Malpractice?

There are three basic requirements to have a legitimate claim for medical malpractice. A patient:

Must prove a doctor-patient relationship
Must prove there was negligence
Must prove the doctor’s negligence caused the injury

Proving a doctor, hospital or medical staff member is at fault of negligence is time consuming and requires a lot of research and expert testimonies. That is why it’s essential to find legal representation that you can trust. Combined, our team at Bernstein, DeCailly & Marshall, PLLC has decades of experience in the legal industry. Our team of attorneys have received some of the highest peer review ratings because we fight for and earn results. If you or your loved one was seriously injured or harmed by the mistake or misjudgement of a medical professional during hospitalization, you may be entitled to file for medical malpractice.

How Long Do I Have To Sue For Medical Malpractice?

Statue of limitation vary by state. It is most common that patients have until two years after the incident to file a medical malpractice claim. However, there are exceptions. If you suspect there may be negligence but are not certain, do not wait. Contact our legal experts and we will review your case at no cost to you.

Our Commitment to You

At Bernstein, DeCailly & Marshall, PLLC, we know the importance of family because we are one. We believe in offering aggressive case litigation because everyone deserve quality legal representation. Our commitment is to helping our clients find justice and protecting their right to be compensated for the mistakes of surgeons and other medical professionals.

To learn more about how Bernstein, DeCailly & Marshall, PLLC can help you, contact us online by filling out the form above or call us at 844-875-4747 for a free consultation.

Types of Malpractice

Misdiagnosis

Studies have found that misdiagnosing conditions, infections and disease is the most common medical malpractice occurrence. Misdiagnosis can lead to wrong medical care or prescription, which can have negative long-term effects on the patient.

Surgical Errors

Patients should feel they’re getting the best standard of care possible when seeking medical attention. Though we know surgeons are only human, surgical errors are highly preventable and easily avoidable mistakes made during surgery. The risks of surgical errors can be long-lasting and even fatal..

Prescription or Medical Administration Errors

Administering or prescribing the wrong medicine to a patient can have serious and sometimes dangerous effects. Medical errors are the result of doctor or medical staff negligence and is a failure in the treatment process thats risks may go beyond prescription.

Gynecological Negligence

Negligence affecting pregnancy and childbirth may include excessive vaginal bleeding, premature babies or nerve injury during labor. Mistakes or misjudgements made by doctors, gynecologists and other medical professionals during pregnancy can pose serious risks for the female and unborn child.

Types of Malpractice

Misdiagnosis

Studies have found that misdiagnosing conditions, infections and disease is the most common medical malpractice occurrence. Misdiagnosis can lead to wrong medical care or prescription, which can have negative long-term effects on the patient.

Surgical Errors

Patients should feel they’re getting the best standard of care possible when seeking medical attention. Though we know surgeons are only human, surgical errors are highly preventable and easily avoidable mistakes made during surgery. The risks of surgical errors can be long-lasting and even fatal..

Prescription or Medical Administration Errors

Administering or prescribing the wrong medicine to a patient can have serious and sometimes dangerous effects. Medical errors are the result of doctor or medical staff negligence and is a failure in the treatment process thats risks may go beyond prescription.

Gynecological Negligence

Negligence affecting pregnancy and childbirth may include excessive vaginal bleeding, premature babies or nerve injury during labor. Mistakes or misjudgements made by doctors, gynecologists and other medical professionals during pregnancy can pose serious risks for the female and unborn child.

There is no fee unless you are awarded compensation

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