Medical Malpractice Attorneys in Raleigh
Helping you Live Your Life After a Severe Medical Injury
When you receive medical care, you are placing your trust, and often your life, in the hands of the healthcare professionals administering your treatment. You have a right to expect that these individuals will deliver high-quality care that adheres to rigorous standards established by the medical community. While this level of care is often provided, there are certain times when medical professionals act negligently or make a mistake that causes a serious injury.
If you’ve suffered an injury caused by medical negligence, you have certain rights and protections afforded by the law. You may be entitled to recover compensation for your damages in a medical malpractice case.
Contact our Raleigh medical malpractice attorneys today to schedule your free consultation and learn more about the options available to you.
What Is Medical Malpractice?
Medical malpractice occurs when a doctor, nurse, hospital, or any other healthcare professional acts negligently, makes a mistake, or generally fails to meet the quality care criteria established by the medical profession. In order for you to recover compensation in a medical malpractice claim, you must also be able to demonstrate that you suffered an injury as a result of this negligent care.
Some of the most common actions that result in medical malpractice include:
- Hospital errors
- Anesthesia errors
- Emergency room errors
- Failure to diagnose/misdiagnosis of an injury or disease
- Birth injuries
- Surgical errors
- Nursing errors
- Failure to perform surgery in a timely manner
- Pharmacy errors
- Medication errors
- Lack of informed consent
How Wilson Law, P.A Can Help Your Case
Kimberly Wilson White has been handling medical malpractice cases for injured victims in the Raleigh area for over 20 years.
She has the experience to assist you with a wide range of misdiagnosis cases, including:
- Failure to diagnose cancer
- Failure to diagnose heart attack
- Failure to diagnose serious neurological conditions
- Failure to diagnose a blood clot or pulmonary embolism
- Failure to diagnose an infection
In addition to her extensive experience handling these cases, Kimberly Wilson White also possesses a Master's degree in Public Health, which provides her with a unique background that helps her grasp the sophisticated medical principles associated with your case.