What to Do When Negligent ER & Hospital Treatment Delays Cause Injury

When you head to the emergency room seeking treatment for a serious injury or emergent medical issue, you trust that the ER and hospital staff will provide it with timeliness that's appropriate for the severity of your condition. Unfortunately, you're unlikely to be the only one in the waiting room—and it's up to the ER medical team to carefully evaluate each patient to determine the order in which they'll be seen.

If an ER doctor or nurse fails to spot obvious signs and symptoms of an acute condition and instead attributes the injury or illness to a minor malady, they may assign a patient an inappropriately low priority rating. As a result, a person suffering from a true emergency could be made to wait behind someone with a much less serious condition. Sadly, when an unreasonable treatment delay occurs, worsening injuries and other devastating consequences can follow.

Did you suffer significant injuries and losses due to a negligence-related ER or hospital treatment delay? You may have grounds for a Kentucky medical malpractice lawsuit and be entitled to compensation for damages. However, delayed treatment medical malpractice cases are notoriously complex, and you'll need aggressive and experienced legal representation to ensure a full and fair recovery. Fortunately, you've found the right firm.

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How the ER triage process works
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