Ranking just below heart disease and cancer as the leading cause of death in America, medical malpractice is a serious issue today - and this is as true in Pennsylvania as it is around the country. Mistakes in the hospital that could have been prevented can account for as many as 440,000 American deaths every year, according to a recent study. The New England Journal of Medicine predicts three out of four American doctors will be sued for medical malpractice at some point or another in their lifetimes.
Medical malpractice can take a number of forms. It could be that a physician used a medical device improperly or made a mistake during surgery. It could stem from a hospital-based infection. In some cases, medical professionals make the wrong diagnosis and treatment plan for a patient, failing to treat the actual problem properly. The results can be devastating. Patients have sustained brain damage, lost limbs and died because of mistakes made in their medical care. These situations are usually complicated, which is why finding experienced medical malpractice lawyers who can help patients in Bethlehem, Harrisburg and beyond is so crucial.
Thanks to a skilled team of doctor-lawyers, Ross Feller Casey is the medical malpractice firm that patients and their families throughout Pennsylvania can trust with medical malpractice issues. Ross Feller Casey has a team of nationally recognized physicians on staff to pinpoint and respond to various medical malpractice issues.
They have decades of medical experience and are leading national experts in transplant and trauma surgery, obstetrics and gynecology and internal medicine.
If you believe you or someone you love has sustained injuries due to medical malpractice, it’s time to talk to one of the attorneys at Ross Feller Casey. We work with clients in Bethlehem and throughout Pennsylvania to provide legal support. Because we handle cases on a contingency basis, you only pay if we make a financial recovery in your case. Contact us to set up a free case evaluation where we can evaluate your situation and concerns. Even if the event occurred some time ago, you may still be able to investigate a claim.
To learn more about your options or to set up a consultation with a medical malpractice attorney in Bethlehem, contact our office today.