A variety of medical professionals could be responsible for causing a chemotherapy overdose. Before you can recover financial damages for the significant harm you or a loved one suffered, you must find out exactly why the overdose occurred so that you can hold the right people accountable.
Chemo Overdose Investigation
As you deal with cancer and the effects of your own chemo overdose, or the death of a loved one because of an overdose, you do not need the added pressure of conducting your own investigation. The evidence you need is likely in the hands of your doctor, nurse, or hospital. They don’t want to hand over information that could get them into legal trouble for making a mistake in the ordering of chemotherapy, transcription of chemotherapy directions, administration of chemotherapy, or in any other way.
You don’t have to handle your own investigation, however. Instead, you can work with our experienced chemotherapy overdose attorneys and our staff nurse to get the information you need to pursue a legal claim and fair recovery.
Our experience with chemotherapy overdose cases, the Kentucky courts, and various Kentucky hospitals and chemotherapy providers allows us to know what questions to ask and how to ask them in a way that compels the right parties to answer us.
The Chemotherapy Overdose Investigation Is Just Step One
Once we get the information we need from our thorough investigation, we will fight hard to protect your rights. You have a limited amount of time to take action in a chemotherapy overdose case. If you contact us as soon as you know that you are hurt, or right after your loved one’s death, we will make sure that the investigation is done and a lawsuit is filed to protect your rights.
We will fight for your fair recovery of medical expenses, lost income, out-of-pocket costs, and pain and suffering. Call us today, or start a live chat with us now. We are here for you 24/7/365, and we would be pleased to provide you with a free and confidential initial consultation as soon as you are ready.