Medical Malpractice Attorneys in West Virginia
Many medical conditions are impossible to detect, even to an experienced physician. However, if a doctor fails to diagnose a condition that could have been detected by another medical professional, it may be a case of medical malpractice. This may be a result of inadequate examination, failure to conduct appropriate tests or failure to connect the dots between test results or symptoms.
If a medical professional administers improper care to a patient, they are accountable for those actions. This can range from administering a treatment that results in injury or harm to a patient to mistakes during surgery, and even inappropriate prescriptions. Any act of known negligence on the part of your medical provider may be considered medical malpractice.
What is Negligent Nondisclosure?
Similar to a failure to diagnose, this situation involves a doctor’s failure to notify you of all known risks involved with a given prescription, procedure, test or surgical recommendation. Another term for it is negligent nondisclosure.
If you feel you have been a victim of medical malpractice, contact us to discuss your situation. We offer a free consultation and are committed to providing our clients with excellent legal representation in these matters. We offer our clients personal, compassionate and effective representation.
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Call or visit us for a free consultation to discuss your personal injury matter with a professional West Virginia medical malpractice attorney. We also offer home and hospital visits for those who are injured and cannot travel to us. In family law matters, you can obtain free information by phone, or schedule a consultation. To obtain free information or a consultation contact us today.