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Having a serious injury or illness is stressful enough. When the negligence of a medical provider causes additional injury, illness or death, the stress and anxiety levels multiply very quickly. People who were planning to return to their jobs after minor surgery become unable to work at all after a medical error leaves them unable to function as before. They wonder how they will pay their bills and take care of their families.
Not only surgical negligence causes injury in a hospital, clinic, or other medical setting. When any medical professionals—doctors, nurses, physical therapists, psychologists and others—violate the accepted standard of care and cause additional injury or illness, victims may be able to obtain a settlement or jury award. They could receive a jury award or settlement that compensates them for their pain and suffering, lost income and the cost of other consequences of medical negligence.
If a medical provider in the Washington, Pennsylvania, area failed to diagnose your illness or delayed the diagnosis, treatment that came too late or no treatment at all could have caused serious injury or further illness. Other examples of medical negligence could include pharmacy, surgical, or anesthesia mistakes or other errors. If you suffered any type of medical injury or if a loved one died because of a provider’s negligence, speak with a medical malpractice lawyer. Find out if you are eligible to file a medical malpractice claim that could result in compensation for your injuries, losses, and expenses.
The attorneys at Richards & Richards, LLP, have been helping patients injured and the families of those who died because of medical negligence for more than 50 years. Our medical malpractice team includes a nurse practitioner and hospital administrator with first-hand knowledge of the medical issues involved in such cases. This allows us to build cases that get results for our clients who suffered at the hands of medical providers. Call us to learn about your legal rights and options if an error caused by negligence in a healthcare setting left you injured or caused the death of a loved one.
Our attorneys handle types of cases arising from the negligent actions of a medical provider.
Some examples include:
If negligence by a provider caused events such as these and left you injured or grieving the death of a loved one, our Western Pennsylvania law firm may be able to help.
The lawyers at Richards & Richards, LLP, use their more than 50 years of experience with medical malpractice cases to build a strong legal argument for compensation. In addition to working with on-staff attorneys and others who have medical knowledge and experience, we work with experts and specialists around the country to determine what happened and how the incident violated the accepted standard of care. We make sure that you are receiving proper medical treatment, therapy, medication, and anything else you need to heal while we concentrate on the legal issues.
If you were injured or a loved one died because of medical negligence in the Washington, PA, region, call a medical malpractice lawyer. At Richards & Richards, LLP, we build strong cases in pursuit of maximum compensation for injuries and losses suffered because of a botched surgery, misdiagnosis or other medical error. Contact us for a free case evaluation and learn how our western Pennsylvania attorneys can help.
Washington the seat of Washington County, PA. With a population of around 14,000, Washington is about 30 miles south of Pittsburgh. It is home to Washington and Jefferson College as well as the PONY Baseball and Softball League, which holds its World Series in Washington. The city boasts numerous buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, including the county courthouse, the armory and the Washington County Jail. There is a daily newspaper, a symphony orchestra and the Washington Community Theater. In addition to Washington and Jefferson College, major employers include Washington County and the Washington Hospital. Major roadways include I-70 and I-79, which intersect at the north side of the city.