Medical Errors Continue to Be Reported as a Leading Cause of Death or Permanent Injury
Medical mistakes occur in all types of settings; this includes in-patient, out-patient and pharmaceutical service settings. In Maryland health care providers can be held liable for missed diagnosis, delaying treatment, not following standards of care, failing to order tests and other unreasonable conduct which results in injury to a patient. Be advised that some medical professionals will not inform you when they have made a mistake that could cost you your way of life.
If you were injured as a result of the negligence of a medical provider you should contact the Law Offices of William A. Stavros, LLC as soon as possible. Time is of the essence as medical malpractice claims have time restrictions for filing a law suit known as a Statute of Limitations. If you do not file a law suit within the Statute of Limitations your claim may be forever time-barred regardless of the extent of your injury.
Contact the Law Offices of William A. Stavros, LLC at (410) 825-3300 or (410) 739-0794. as soon as possible if you believe that you or anyone you know are the victim of medical malpractice. We offer free initial consultations.
Types of medical malpractice cases can include but are not limited to:
- Diagnostic errors resulting in bad outcomes
- Surgical negligence
- Prescription and medication errors
- Anesthesia mistakes
- Adverse reactions to medications
- Cancer diagnosis issues
- Birth Injuries and fetal death
- Plastic surgery issues
- Hospital staff negligence
- Lack of informed consent
- Diagnostic time delay
- Wrongful death due to medical negligence
William A. Stavros serves the entire Eastern Shore, including Ocean City, through his office in Centreville, Maryland. He serves the Baltimore Metropolitan area and surrounding counties, including the Maryland D.C. suburbs from his office in Towson, Maryland.
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