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The professional negligence of a healthcare provider that offered substandard treatment and caused injury, harm, or even death is called medical malpractice. It often involves an error of dosage or diagnosis, aftercare or inaction. Any healthcare professional or institution might be held legally responsible.
Medical malpractice is the professional negligence of a healthcare provider or professional that caused the medical treatment provided to be substandard and lead to injury, harm, or even death. In many cases, medical negligence or malpractice involves a medical error, possibly in the medication dosage, diagnosis, treatment, health management, or aftercare. The error might also be caused by the lack of action, such as an act of omission, or a negligent act.
Patients can recover compensation for any injuries, losses, or harm caused by a sub-standard treatment or medical malpractice. A doctor, hospital, clinic, or any other health care professional might be held legally responsible for the harm suffered by a patient that was caused by the deviation from the quality of care a competent doctor should provide.
If you feel you have been the victim of medical malpractice The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary will carefully investigate the case, working with top medical professionals and experts in the field to see if there is a valid reason to bring it to court.
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