Victimized by Medical Malpractice?
Atlanta Personal Injury Lawyers: 60+ Years' Experience
The moment a physician enters into the voluntary treatment of a patient,
an implicit contract of care is established. Though doctors cannot guarantee
results for their patients, they are legally required to meet minimum
standards of care. How is a physician's standard of care legally assessed?
Generally speaking, this is the question that is asked: Would another
reasonably competent doctor in the same circumstances have done the same thing?
Despite enjoying some of the most advanced medical care in the world, it
is estimated that approximately 200,000 people die every year in the United
States. Some put the estimates even higher - at over 400,000 per year.
In either case, the take away is the same. Doctors are not infallible;
they make mistakes. Oftentimes, these mistakes are actionable. If you
or a loved one has suffered injury or death at the hands of a medical
professional in Atlanta, Goldstein & Hayes, P.C. can help.
Speak with our Atlanta personal injury attorneys today.
Call (888) 425-6070 today to schedule your
with our team.
Named one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in America
more than six decades of combined experience, our personal injury lawyers at Goldstein & Hayes, P.C. are as qualified
as they come. From the very beginning, our main priority has been to care
for individuals and families who have suffered injuries at the hands of
another. In the context of medical malpractice, our investigative team
can help uncover evidence of professional misconduct.
Common types of medical malpractice claims include:
- Failure to diagnose
- Improper treatment
- Failure to adequately warn
Because there is such a small window of opportunity for medical malpractice
claims to be filed, it is imperative that you act quickly. At Goldstein
& Hayes, P.C., our initial consultation is free, and we can do it
over the phone or in person.
Call (888) 425-6070
to get the process started.