Most patients become aware of their potential Kentucky medical malpractice claim because they feel worse after going in for a treatment, they receive a different opinion on a diagnosis from another doctor, or they find some other abnormality that raises questions.
Take for instance a patient who has surgery performed on their abdomen and experiences lasting post-surgical pain and discomfort, only to discover months later that a surgical team left a sponge or surgical sponge in their body. When this discovery is made, the victim will become aware of the potential for a medical malpractice claim.
To file a Kentucky medical malpractice claim your medical treatment must have caused more harm than recovery, such as wrong-site surgery or being given the wrong medication.
A Louisville medical malpractice lawyer can help you file a Kentucky medical malpractice claim if you were seriously injured, misdiagnosed, or lost a loved one as the result of physician error. If a medical professional was negligent in your care and you or a loved one suffered injury from that incident, you may be entitled to compensation for your damages.
Hiring a Louisville Medical Malpractice Lawyer
When considering filing a Kentucky medical malpractice claim, a Louisville medical malpractice lawyer at Gray and White Law can evaluate your case to determine if you have a viable claim. Our lawyers will help you review your consent form and give your case the personal attention it requires to fight for your fair compensation. Contact us today for a free case consultation - 1-888-450-4456.
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