New Orleans Attorneys For Medical Malpractice
In Louisiana, you only have one year to take action after you suffer an injury at someone else’s hands. Our medical malpractice lawyers at Foley, Lamy & Jefferson are here to work with you to determine a course of action if the person who caused you harm was a medical professional.
Difficult Cases, Serious Impacts
Going to the doctor or seeking medical care from anyone is putting your trust in that person to do what they are trained to do. While many doctors and nurses, as well as other medical professionals, do this without any problem, others don’t. When you are being treated by one who is negligent, you are facing the potential of serious life impacts.
There are many types of medical malpractice that can occur. The tie that binds these together is that the patient isn’t getting proper care, which is exacerbating an existing medical condition or causing a new one to occur. Here are some forms of medical malpractice to watch for:
- Surgical errors
- Medication errors
- Failed diagnosis
- Failure to meet or exceed the standard of care
- Hospital negligence
- Pharmacy errors
- Birth injuries
There’s no reason victims of medical malpractice should be left trying to find ways to cover medical bills that come from treating the problems caused by negligence. These roll in at a time when you might have a decrease in income due to missing work. We will help you seek compensation for these damages.
Finding Ways To Prove Your Claim
One of the most difficult things about trying to prove a medical malpractice claim is finding a medical professional who is credible and willing to stand up against the injustices you are facing. At Foley, Lamy & Jefferson, we work to find the expert witnesses who will testify about the errors made in your case. This is a critical component in these cases, especially those that hinge on the standard of care not being met.
You can suffer serious harm when medical professionals make errors in your care. The medical malpractice lawyers at Foley, Lamy & Jefferson can evaluate your case and let you know your options. Contact us or fill out our online form to get started today.
In most personal injury cases, the Louisiana Statute of Limitations allows only one year from the date of the accident for a lawsuit to be filed. If you or a loved one have suffered serious injuries because of the negligence of others, start the discussion now. Contact FL&J for a free Case Evaluation today.