For most people, any type of medical procedure can be deemed a serious situation. When you put your well being in the hands of a medical professional, there needs to be a high set of standards. Unfortunately, those standards are not always met. When that occurs, the responsible parties must be held accountable. Medical malpractice is a serious issue that can put your health in serious jeopardy. Fortunately, there is a place to turn when medical malpractice arises.
The Law Office of Christopher Kalis holds a wealth of experience handling medical malpractice lawsuits. Our team of professionals can help you in many cases of malpractice including the following:
The responsible parties in these cases are not limited to just doctors. Many different health care professionals can responsible for medical errors that lead to malpractice lawsuits. Nurses, physician’s assistants and nurse practitioners are just some of the health care professionals who can be sued for their mistakes.
Hospital negligence is also a popular topic in medical malpractice lawsuits as hospitals can be at fault for patient complications. Hospitals are liable when their employees fail to follow proper procedures. Hospitals can also be held liable in instances when they fail to protect patients from such things as clinical tests, improper discharges and inaccurate medical records.
Patients should expect proper care when admitted to any health care facility. Improper care could lead to a painful experience, further complications and even death. Health Care professionals who are responsible for aggravating an injury or causing a new one must be held accountable.
If you believe you have suffered some unnecessary injury at the hands of a health care professional, your first move should be to find a medical malpractice attorney who can translate all the details of your case. The Law Office of Christopher Kalis can assist you in getting started on your way to justice. We continue to represent medical malpractice victims in Dallas, Plato and other surrounding Texas communities.