New Hampshire Medical Malpractice Lawyers
The professional responsibilities of doctors and other medical professionals are extremely important. Even a minor mistake on the part of a medical practitioner can have devastating consequences for their patients. As a result, doctors and other medical professionals are held to a much higher standard of care. When this standard of care is not upheld, medical professionals may be held liable for the consequences of their actions.
Medical malpractice laws are in place to help ensure that patients do not have to pay for the mistakes their doctors make. Through medical malpractice claims, many people in New Hampshire are able to get much-needed compensation, something our team at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, knows can be critical to recovering from the repercussions of the medical professional’s error.
Our Medical Malpractice Practice Areas
Medical malpractice can occur in many different ways, depending on what medical care provider made the error and at what step in the treatment process the error was made. However, some of the most common examples of medical malpractice that lead to legal claims include:
- Birth Injuries
- Brain Injury
- Cancer Diagnosis and Screening
- Wrongful Death
- Wrong or Late Diagnosis
- Hospital Negligence
- Anesthesia Accidents
- Surgical Errors
- Stroke and TIA
- Robotic Surgery
- Cardiac Surgery
- Emergency Room Treatment
- Medication Errors
All of these and other possible forms of medical malpractice can have devastating consequences for patients, making it critical for the doctor, nurse, or other care provider responsible for the error to be held accountable.
Get in Touch with a Medical Malpractice Attorney in New Hampshire Today
If you have been injured or suffered any form of harm as a result of medical malpractice, you may be entitled to take legal action. Our attorneys at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, have years of experience helping victims of medical malpractice get the justice and compensation they deserve, and may be able to help you. Find out more about how we can help and what your options are in this difficult situation by calling us at (617) 426-4488.