The families of victims of medical malpractice or negligent nursing home care may be hesitant to reach out for help with a wrongful death claim, perhaps because the legal process can be overwhelming. While most West Virginia health care providers provide an acceptable level of care, some patients are victims of errors and negligence. If a loved one died because of medical malpractice or negligent nursing home care, there are legal options available to your family, which may include a wrongful death claim.
Simple mistakes, such as medication errors, can typically be avoided with proper caution and care. Even so, such mistakes still occur, and, occasionally, medical errors result in the death of a loved one. When medical malpractice affects your family, a civil claim may be appropriate.
We have years of experience handling complex cases pertaining to pharmacy errors, misdiagnosis, nursing home negligence, wrong-site surgical errors and other treatment mistakes. While there is no requirement for a West Virginia resident to secure legal assistance before filing a wrongful death claim, we can provide you with much-needed support and guidance as you navigate through the process. If you believe that your recent loss was the result of malpractice, it is imperative that you act quickly. You can visit our websiteto learn more.
We are accustomed to fighting for our clients. We are not intimidated by complex medical malpractice or negligent nursing home care cases, and we will aggressively pursue the compensation you deserve. You do not have suffer alone; we can help you with the legal aspects of your wrongful death claim so that you may focus on recovering from your loss.