Using The Law To Address Medical Errors
Whether undergoing a routine surgery, delivering a first baby or going to the ER for an immediate medical concern, patients place a certain level of trust in the hands of medical professionals. These professionals include physicians, surgeons, nurses, technicians, and other employees of medical facilities. Patients generally feel safe seeking medical care from these professionals, knowing they have received extensive training in their field. When a medical mistake occurs, the injured patients and affected family members are often left to wonder how such a mistake happened.
Have you or someone you know been injured by medical malpractice? Please complete our online form to contact a lawyer from our firm today to schedule your complimentary consultation.
Providing Highly Qualified Representation For Medical Malpractice Claims
At The Law Offices of Salazar, Sullivan & Jasionowski, we provide a complete line of legal services to people who have been injured because of medical malpractice. Medical malpractice is an area of law that, in many ways, differs greatly from a general personal injury claim. Valid claims of medical malpractice must involve clear-cut liability. This can be frustrating for many people who have been injured by negligent care but are unable to seek compensation for injuries. Our medical malpractice lawyers are qualified to examine your potential claim, determine liability on the part of medical professionals and facilities, and work within the statute of limitations.
“What Every New Mexico Medical Malpractice Victim Must Know.” is a guidebook recently published and authored by our attorneys. This book is a testament to our firm’s commitment to help those who have been injured by medical malpractice. Follow this link to learn more.
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Please contact a medical malpractice attorney at our firm if you have questions about injuries or wrongful death related to the following types of medical malpractice:
- Birth injuries and pregnancy complications
- Emergency room errors
- Delayed diagnosis
- Surgical errors
- Nursing malpractice