Doctors, nurses, therapists, and other health care providers are expected to provide services at a certain level of care. We all put our trust in our providers and hope they will do their very best to help us with our health care needs.
Unfortunately, our providers are still people, and people sometimes make mistakes. Not all mistakes are actionable, and not all actionable mistakes result in significant injury.
However, there are those occasional events where a health care provider failed to meet their standard of care which resulted in serious or catastrophic injury to the patient. These are the cases that require legal recourse.
If you or someone you care about suffered an injury, complication, or loss as a result of a health care provider's negligence, call Greg Marshall, Medical Malpractice Attorney in Everett, today for a free consultation.
Resulting in Myocardial Infarction and Contestive Heart Failure
Resulting in Death of Patient in Medically Induced Coma
Resulting in Corrective Surgery and Permanently Compromised Urinary Tract
Resulting in Permanent Damage to Upper Extremity