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Reaching out to victims of emergency room errors

On Behalf of | Oct 22, 2014 | Surgical Errors |

Whether an emergency room patient’s condition worsens due to delayed care or an urgent care doctor fails to provide someone with the medical care they need, far too many people have suffered as a result of negligence and mistakes in the ER. At the law offices of Futterman, Sirotkin & Seinfeld LLP, we know how difficult it can be for people in this position to recover. However, if you have suffered because of emergency room errors, it is imperative for you to determine the best path forward and take action immediately.

Urgent care errors take many forms. For example, if a patient needs high-level care, it is a doctor’s responsibility to have them sent to the appropriate facility right away. Unfortunately, some physicians let their patients down in this regard, which can lead to injuries and even death. Also, when people arrive at an urgent care facility with a pressing medical emergency, they need to treated as soon as possible. In some cases, delayed care leads to serious complications that never should have occurred.

When an emergency room doctor, nurse or medical care provider makes a negligent mistake that constitutes medical malpractice, they must be held accountable. After all, these errors not only cause severe physical and psychological damage, but can be very costly as well. If you are dealing with these problems firsthand, you may want to consider filing a lawsuit to receive the compensation you deserve and depend on.

Sadly, emergency room mistakes not only cause emotional pain and significant injuries, but sometimes result in loss of life. Our law firm is aware of how painful these cases can be, which is why we remain committed to helping people who have been through this understand their legal options and keep moving forward.

If you are interested in reading more about this issue, feel free to visit our emergency room errors page.

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