Doctors have a duty to their patients to provide them an adequate standard of care. When doctors fail to provide their patients with a basic standard of care, patients may suffer a range of injuries, including brain injuries, birth injuries, or even death. Mississippi law strictly governs how much time victims have to pursue a medical malpractice claim against a doctor.
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Doctors have a duty to their patients to provide them an adequate standard of care. When doctors fail to provide their patients with a basic standard of care, patients may suffer a range of injuries, including brain injuries, birth injuries, or even death. Mississippi law strictly governs how much time victims have to pursue a medical malpractice claim against a doctor. Victims of medical malpractice have a duty to provide sufficient evidence that a doctor failed to offer an acceptable standard of care. This requires using expert witnesses and seeking the testimony of other doctors. Common forms of medical malpractice include:
- Improper prescription dosages or failure to note interactions
- Birth injuries
- Surgical mistakes
- Errors administering anesthesia
Victims of medical malpractice can suffer immensely. For instance, when patients are misdiagnosed, they often lose precious days, weeks, or months to receive treatment for their condition. This can lead to worsening symptoms, pain, and even death. Prescription errors can lead to overdoses and adverse reactions. Birth injuries due to mistakes during delivery can harm either the mother or the baby and can result in life-long challenges for both. Surgical errors can lead to longer recovery periods, wrongful death, or lifestyle changes. If you believe you may have suffered an injury due to a doctor’s error or an act of medical malpractice, you may only have a very short amount of time to make a claim. Contact the medical malpractice lawyers at the Law Office of Randolph C. Wood today to learn more about your rights.
Have You Been Personally Injured in Mississippi?
The personal injury lawyers at the Law Office of Randolph C. Wood handle a range of personal injury claims. If you’ve been hurt in a car or truck accident, our firm may be able to assist you. In many cases, car accidents and truck accidents occur due to human error. If you or a loved one is recovering from a serious injury after being in a car accident, you may only have a limited amount of time to seek a recovery. We can help you protect your rights if you have been in an accident involving:
- Distracted driving
- Drunk driving
- Texting and driving
- Reckless driving
- Neglect and careless driving
The lawyers at the Law Office of Randolph C. Wood understand that the days and weeks after a car accident can be stressful for victims and families. You may have to speak to insurance adjusters or may have questions about an insurance dispute, if an adjuster isn’t paying you the recovery you believe you deserve. We are personal injury lawyers based in Jackson, Mississippi who can speak to insurance adjusters to help you resolve your claim dispute. Our firm works closely with each client to help you understand your rights and pursue the best course of action forward. We can help.
Do You Have a Claim?
At the Law Office of Randolph C. Wood, our personal injury lawyers can help you if you’ve been injured due to medical malpractice, product liability, a car accident, or if you need help with an insurance claim. Individuals may make product liability claims when companies sell defective or dangerous products. If you’ve been hurt by a product due to defects in manufacturing, defects in design, or due to improper warnings, we may be able to assist you.
Personal injuries can leave you out of work and struggling to pay medical expenses. The law offers important protections to individuals who have been hurt due to another person’s negligence or neglect. The Law Office of Randolph C. Wood is a Mississippi law firm whose medical malpractice and personal injury lawyers work tirelessly to help each client find the best possible outcome for his or her case.
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