Emergency Room Negligence
Get The Legal Support And Guidance You Need From A Military Medical Malpractice Lawyer
While there is virtually no limit to the number of things that can go wrong in a hospital emergency room, one of the most serious is the failure to diagnose the cause of severe chest pain or headache. There are a several life-threatening causes of chest pain, including heart attack, pulmonary embolism, and dissection of the aorta. Severe headache can be caused by a leaking blood vessel in the brain that warns that an artery is about to burst. Correctly and quickly diagnosing these conditions can set into motion life-saving medical or surgical care.
If a member of your family has died as a result of a rupture of a blood vessel in the brain (sometime referred to as ruptured aneurysm, stroke, or aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage), a heart attack after seeing a doctor or visited a hospital emergency room, or a ruptured aortic aneurysm or dissection. If the warning signs were identified correctly it is possible that death, brain damage, paralysis or serious injury could have been avoided. A military medical malpractice attorney at the firm can work to determine whether malpractice may have been the cause of death or catastrophic injury.
Military Medical Malpractice Cases
Our legal team is extremely qualified to investigate the circumstances of your particular case, whether it resulted in severe injury or death. As attorneys with military and medical backgrounds, we have represented countless Armed Services personnel in various types of cases involving medical negligence and error that resulted in financial compensation from the government to the families involved.