We trust doctors and nurses to give us the proper care we need, but medical
errors still occur. When avoidable accidents or intentional wrongdoing
by medical professionals occurs, it is considered medical malpractice.
Victims of medical malpractice often suffer serious, long-lasting consequences
that can negatively affect their overall quality of life. If you were
harmed by medical negligence or had a loved one die as a result of a preventable
accident, it's important that you seek the help of a skilled medical
malpractice attorney in Wyoming as soon as possible.
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The Spence Law Firm, we have years of combined experience handling these types of complicated cases.
Our team understands how devastating it is to deal with an injury at the hands
of a trusted medical professional, which is why
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What Are Common Instances of Medical Malpractice?
All medical professionals are required to provide a certain level of care
for their patients including:
- Hospital staff
- And other medical professionals
When they fail to uphold these standards, individuals can be seriously
injured or even killed.
defective medical devices and dangerous drugs can be incredibly harmful when administered improperly
or when patients are not adequately warned of potential side effects.
Medical malpractice can lead to
catastrophic injuries such as:
- Brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Cerebral palsy
Such injuries have painful, long-lasting consequences for surviving victims
and victims’ families.
At The Spence Law Firm, we have handled nearly every type of medical malpractice
- Birth injury
- Failure to diagnose
- Delayed diagnosis
- Medication errors
- Surgical errors
- Failure to order proper tests
- Improper monitoring
- Incorrect treatment
- Nursing home neglect/abuse
- Emergency room errors
- Anesthesia errors
Accidents resulting from medical negligence can be incredibly emotional
to deal with, and you may feel overwhelmed at the thought of navigating
the legal process after such an incident.
Our team of experienced Wyoming medical malpractice attorneys is here to
offer you the assistance you need. We have an in-depth understanding of
how the system works and can provide you with answers to your questions
and sound legal counsel every step of the way.
Contact The Spence Law Firm online today to schedule a free initial consultation with our experienced team
of medical malpractice lawyers.