Representing clients in Washington DC and Maryland
When you see a doctor, you inherently expect that you will be treated with quality care, but in the reality of the healthcare industry, mistakes may be made by physicians and medical professionals that lead to the injury, disability, or even wrongful death of a patient. This does not mean, however, that all mistakes are equal—or that doctors and hospitals are exempt from liability. When a physician or hospital misdiagnoses or mistreats a medical condition and causes harm, they may be held liable for injuries caused by their medical malpractice. If you or a loved one have sustained a birth injury, brain injury, or any other serious injuries as a result of medical malpractice in Washington D.C. or Maryland, you can seek the compensation you deserve for medical bills, loss of earning capacity, funeral expenses, or physical and emotional suffering with the help of medical malpractice attorney Sandra H. Robinson.
Types of Medical Malpractice
Malpractice is a complex legal area, so there are many different types of cases that may fall into medical malpractice. Failure to diagnose a condition, improper treatment, and failure to warn a patient of procedural risks may all be the cause of medical malpractice. While these hospital errors & physician errors are rarely intentional or malicious, they can still lead to significant harm that may have otherwise been avoided.
Options for Legal Action
Working with an experienced malpractice attorney like Sandra H. Robinson, you can effectively build your case and rest assured knowing that you or your loved one will get the compensation you deserve. To begin discussing your case in Washington D.C., contact The Cochran Firm, D.C..
Frequently Asked Questions Medical Malpractice Questions
What constitutes medical malpractice?
There are certain factors that constitute medical malpractice, these include:
- A doctor-patient relationship exists
- A reasonable standard of care was not maintained
- Harm or injury resulted from medical negligence
How much does it cost to meet with a medical malpractice attorney?
An initial consultation with Sandra H. Robinson, is free and confidential.
What should I look for when selecting a medical malpractice attorney?
Experience and competency should be at the top of your list when selecting a medical malpractice attorney. Sandra H. Robinson has obtained millions of dollars in compensation for clients over the years. She can provide the legal representation you need.