Nursing Errors Can Cause Serious Harm
Nurses have responsibilities that involve monitoring the condition of a patient, noticing distress or emergency situations, and relaying this information to a doctor. Nursing malpractice occurs when a nurse or another hospital employee fails to act in an appropriate manner and puts the life of a patient at risk. At The Law Offices of Salazar, Sullivan & Jasionowski, we represent people who have been injured because of nursing errors. We seek maximum compensation for these injuries, many of which may have serious outcomes.
Have you or someone you care about been injured because of nursing malpractice? Please contact a lawyer from The Law Offices of Salazar, Sullivan & Jasionowski to schedule your complimentary consultation and learn how we can help you.
When An Act Of Negligence Causes A Catastrophic Injury
Nursing malpractice can involve nurses, surgical technicians, lab technicians, radiology technicians, nurses’ aides, orderlies and other hospital employees who are responsible in various capacities for the care of patients. Our firm helps people who have been injured through negligent actions that include the following:
- Medication errors
- Communication errors
- Failure to notify physician
- Failure to monitor patient
- Failure to recognize a problem in patient
Our firm provides comprehensive representation to people who have sustained life-altering injuries, as well as people who have lost a loved one because of a fatal mistake. We understand that in addition to injuries, you and your family are concerned about medical bills, lost wages, and other losses. The nursing malpractice attorneys at our firm respond to your concerns with action. We strive to obtain maximum compensation for injuries and loss. We also take action to ensure the negligent actions that have affected your family do not happen to another family.
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Please contact an attorney at The Law Offices of Salazar, Sullivan & Jasionowski today to discuss your case.