When people go to the emergency room, it is typically because they think that they have something seriously wrong with them. They expect that emergency room staff will be ready to provide them with adequate medical care. Unfortunately, not all patients get that type of care.
The emergency department is an interesting place because the medical staff there will see a variety of conditions during their tenure. They might go from treating a child with unexplained stomach pains to caring for someone who was shot. The doctors and nurses are usually trained in traumas, but they aren't specialists. This can make it difficult for them to provide the care patients need.
In some cases, the medical team in the emergency room might consult with specialists about a patient's care. This usually brings up the need for a follow-up visit so that the person can receive a more thorough evaluation. If this isn't handled at the hospital, the patient might have a lengthy wait to see the person they need to see.
We know that most people don't want to have to take any sort of legal action against the doctors who are caring for them or the hospital where they receive care. When you are harmed because the emergency room staff didn't diagnose you correctly or didn't provide care that at least meets the standard of care, you might choose to seek compensation.
This can help you cover the costs of care that you needed due to the negligence. It might also provide you with the funds you need to address some of the life challenges that you might have due to the issue.