Louisville Improper Treatment Lawyers
Doctors and other medical professionals are expected to provide quality care and treatment to patients who are suffering from an injury or illness. These patients trust that the doctors will diagnose and treat their medical condition quickly and accurately. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case, especially during the treatment phase. Additionally, a doctor must select and pursue an appropriate course of treatment for a patient. When healthcare professionals prescribe a treatment method that is not suited to a patient’s condition, or which is not the most effective means of addressing the concern, patients may suffer needless complications.
If you believe that your doctor has made mistakes in the treatment of your ailment, you may be eligible for financial compensation to address additional medical bills and related damages. Contact the Louisville personal injury lawyers of Sampson Law Firm at 502-584-5050 today to schedule a free consultation with a skilled and experienced attorney.
There are many problems that accompany improper treatment. Not only might the treatment fail to target your symptoms or conditions, but the improper treatment may also cause serious side effects. The following are representative examples of improper treatment:
- Pursuing a course of treatment that does not account for the urgency of a patient’s condition
- Recommending a dangerous course of treatment when safer and equally effective alternatives exist
- Insisting upon overly radical treatments without first attempting others, such as amputating a limb or digit when other measures were viable
The bond of trust between a patient and his or her doctor is critically important, and when it is broken by negligent or improper treatment, a patient should not have to bear the consequences alone. Contact the Louisville improper treatment lawyers of Sampson Law Firm by calling 502-584-5050 today.