In seeking medical care, you place your trust in doctors, nurses, and the hospital. When healthcare providers make mistakes in your diagnosis or treatment, the results can be disastrous. The medical malpractice lawyers of Patterson Harkavy LLP have the legal resources and technical knowledge to recover full compensation for serious harm resulting from negligence.
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Our medical malpractice attorneys have secured significant verdicts and settlements on behalf of clients across North Carolina. We have been involved in a full spectrum of cases in which medical negligence resulted in serious injury or wrongful death:
- Failure to diagnose cancer or other serious illness
- Misdiagnosis and unnecessary treatment
- Emergency room errors
- A fire in the operating room
- A patient who suffered a stroke after being released prematurely
- Surgical errors
- Birth injuries and birth defects
- Medication errors
Proving Medical Malpractice
A malpractice lawsuit must show that the provider deviated from accepted medical standards and that the negligence caused injury to the patient. In building a solid case for damages, Patterson Harkavy LLP relies on respected medical experts to examine the records and determine whether the standard of care was breached.
Because of the high stakes, doctors and their insurance companies are often reluctant to settle out of court. Our veteran trial lawyers understand the medical issues and are prepared to bring the case to trial when full-scale litigation is required. Our experience, record, and commitment has resulted in fair settlements for many victims of medical negligence.
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If you believe that an injury or death in the family was caused by medical malpractice, contact our firm today for a free case evaluation. You can expect an honest opinion of your claim and vigorous representation if we take the case. We collect lawyers’ fees only if we are successful in obtaining compensation.
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