Medical malpractice is one of the more complicated areas of law.
Sometimes Cover Their Tracks
When a healthcare provider makes an error, sometimes they will attempt to cover their tracks in order to lessen their liability. It is sometimes necessary to get an attorney involved as soon as possible to guide and protect the process for making things right.
A brain injury can be extremely hard on a family who sees the loss of a loved one and the suffering of that loved one in a helpless state.
Types of Cases
We represent people who have suffered a medical malpractice brain injury as a result of a healthcare provider's negligence, such as:
- Anesthesia negligence, hypoxia
- Birth injuries, cerebral palsy
- Failure to maintain proper blood pressure during surgery
- Post-surgery errors
- Medication errors
- Closed head injury
- General medical negligence
Symptoms of Brain Injury
Some symptoms of brain injury cases are as follows:
- Short-term or long-term memory loss
- Frequent headaches
- Slurred speech, blurred vision
- Personality change
- Loss of feeling