If you have been involved in some type of medical malpractice case where you have received a significant permanent injury or injuries in some hospital in Connecticut then you need to get the advice of an experienced Connecticut medical malpractice attorney at the earliest possible moment. There are many things that need to be done to properly investigate a potential Connecticut doctor malpractice, emergency room malpractice, hospital malpractice, physician malpractice or medical malpractice case. If you wait too long before getting the advice of an experienced Connecticut medical malpractice lawyer then you may compromise your case and or you might not be a position to proceed due to the amount of time that you have waited.
Connecticut hospital and medical malpractice cases can occur at any of the following hospitals: Backus, Bridgeport, Bristol, Charlotte Hungerford, Connecticut Children's Medical Center, Danbury, Day Kimball, Gaylord, Greenwich, Griffin, Hartford, Hospital for Special Care, St. Raphael, Johnson Memorial, Lawrence and Memorial, Manchester Memorial, Middlesex, Midstate Medical Center, Milford, Mount Sinai, New Milford, Norwalk, Rehabilitation Hospital of Connecticut, Rockville General, St. Francis, St. Mary's, Sharon, St. Vincent's, Stamford, the Hospital of Central Connecticut, University of Connecticut Health Center, Waterbury, Wyndham, and Yale New Haven hospitals. if you have been injured in any of these hospitals or in any other Connecticut healthcare facility then you need to contact us right away.
One of the issues that will need to be addressed in any potential Connecticut medical malpractice case is whether the treating physician or medical provider breached the standard of care in the treatment that was rendered to the injured party. This process will generally involve getting the injured party's medical records and then having them reviewed by a doctor in the same area of specialization as the allegedly offending doctor who is being accused of medical malpractice. There are very few cases when a Connecticut medical malpractice lawyer can review the facts of your case with you and advise you as to whether or not there is actionable malpractice. Generally, this is because the opinion of a medical professional will be needed in order to make that determination.
If you believe that you have been the victim of some type of malpractice involving a hospital, doctor, healthcare facility, nurse, nursing home, physician or other health-care provider then you need to contact us at the earliest possible moment. You can call our toll-free number at 888-244-5480 and speak with one of our experienced Connecticut attorneys right away. If it appears that you have a potentially viable Connecticut medical malpractice case, then we will schedule an appointment where we can review the facts of your case with you in detail, with an experienced Connecticut medical malpractice lawyer, to determine if this is a case that we might be in a position to attempt to assist you with. Do not wait until it is too late. Call today and get this very valuable information right away. There is no cost or obligation in getting this information.