The Law Offices of Adrian Crane, P.C.
Medical Malpractice – Hospital Negligence
Hospital negligence can lead to serious injury or death. Hospital negligence can include malpractice by doctors, nurses, nurse’s aides, physician’s assistants and technicians who are employed by the hospital. Some of the types of hospital negligence include inadequate staffing, inadequate supervision, negligent hiring and the failure to perform or properly interpret diagnostic tests.
However hospital negligence occurs, there is no excuse, legal or otherwise, for placing patients in danger by providing inadequate or negligent care. Licensed and regulated by Federal and State law, hospitals must adhere to certain policies and procedures in order to ensure the quality of health care provided to their patients. When patients are injured due to negligence, hospitals are financially liable to the patients for the injuries they cause.
Medical Malpractice – Hospital Negligence Medical Malpractice in The Emergency Room
One form of hospital negligence are claims for emergency room errors. Emergency rooms must care for critical as well as non-critical patients in a hectic and fast-paced environment. Emergency room staff are trained in triage which is the assessment of the seriousness of medical conditions in several patients in order to provide prompt care to those who need it the most. An incorrect assessment of a patient’s condition can lead to delayed diagnoses and delayed treatment, which can lead to death for critically ill or injured patients.
The attorneys at The Law Offices of Adrian Crane know how to evaluate care at hospitals, identify violations of policies and regulations, and uncover negligence however it may appear. As appropriate, we interview hospital staff, obtain medical and billing records, and conduct a thorough investigation to determine the causes of our client’s injuries. We seek to help you get the financial resources you are entitled to so that you and your family can begin to recover.
During our handling of your hospital or medical negligence case we will remain attentive and responsive to your medical and legal needs. We will meticulously prepare your case for settlement or trial as the situation warrants. Our firm seeks out and retains medical expert specialists in the appropriate fields to bring a comprehensive knowledge base to your case that is focused on surpassing the medical expertise on the other side. When necessary, we also retain accountants, financial analysts and life care planners to assist us in determining the value of your damages which might include lost wages, the cost of anticipated future medical care and other expenses and damages you have sustained. In order to accurately assess what these costs will be for the remainder of a victim’s years, and to determine the life expectancy of a client, we use financial and medical professionals and planners to derive fair resolutions for injury victims.
If you have suffered a personal injury as a result of hospital negligence or emergency room error, please contact our firm to discuss your case.
If you or a loved one has suffered any kind of injury due to the medical malpractice at a hospital or emergency room, you owe it to yourself and your family to hire an attorney who specializes only in representing injured victims. Contact an attorney at The Law Offices of Adrian Crane by calling or contacting us through the case evaluation form located on this website.
For your convenience, we offer home, hospital, office and nursing home visits. Our team of professionals at The Law Offices of Adrian Crane will provide you with the experience, strategy and commitment that protect your rights and claims.
At our personal injury firm, you speak directly with an attorney, not just secretaries and paralegals. A Spanish-speaking attorney and staff members are available for your assistance. Se habla Español.
Attorneys associated with The Law Offices of Adrian Crane handle cases across the state of Texas. Our principal office in North Texas is in Dallas however we are happy to welcome cases from anywhere in Texas, regardless of where you live or where the accident took place.