Patients have a right to expect that medical professionals in whom they’ve placed their trust will act in accordance with the best traditions and accepted practices of their profession. Fortunately, this is usually the case. Sometimes, however, preventable medical errors occur. If a patient is harmed because a physician failed to provide the care and attention to which the patient was entitled, this constitutes medical malpractice. A medical malpractice case is a serious commitment and should not be undertaken lightly. Sometimes, after investigation, what looked like malpractice turns out to have just been an unfortunate result. Before filing suit, Karon Law, LLC always has potential medical malpractice cases reviewed by a qualified medical expert, to make sure that it was, in fact, an instance of preventable medical error. Even where the expert concludes that malpractice was not committed, medical expert review frequently provides the injured patient or their surviving family with some valuable answers. If you are concerned that you or a family member have been injured by a preventable medical error, you should call, e-mail or schedule a meeting with Mr. Karon.
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