Chemotherapy overdose cases are complicated, but they are also serious medical malpractice claims. To prove your chemotherapy overdose case and recover compensation for your injuries, you will need to prove that you were hurt by medical malpractice.
Specifically, you must prove that someone owed you a duty of care and that the duty of care was breached. Everyone on your medical team, including doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and others owe you a reasonable duty of care.
Experts Should Review Your Medical Records
At Gray and White Law, the review process starts immediately with our in-house nurse and experienced chemo overdose attorneys. Together, we will review your medical records to determine whether you may have been the victim of medical malpractice. If we determine that you may have received a chemo overdose because of medical negligence, we may consult with medical experts who are:
- Experienced in treating your type of cancer
- In the same field as the person(s) who may have committed medical malpractice. For example, if it was a prescribing error, an oncologist may review your records; if it was a mixing error, a pharmacist might review your records; and if it was an administration error, a nurse could review your records.
- Well-respected in their field
Finding the right expert can make a big difference in the outcome of your case. You don’t have to find an expert on your own, however. Instead, our Kentucky chemotherapy injury lawyers have an extensive network of experts, and we will find the one that is right for your case.
Call us today to get the help you need with your Kentucky chemotherapy overdose case. We can be reached any time through this website or by phone, and we would be pleased to schedule a free consultation with you. During our free consultation, you can learn about our work with expert witnesses, how to protect your rights, how to protect your possible recovery, and our No Fee Policy.
We look forward to hearing from you and helping you get the recovery you deserve.