New Hampshire Wrongful Death Attorney

Of the many potential complications and consequences of a surgery or medical treatment, death is inarguably the worst. Unfortunately, as our lawyers at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, are all too aware, many New Hampshire families are forced to experience the traumatic loss a loved one due to the negligence and carelessness of medical professionals. The emotional pain and trauma that can often accompany this type of tragedy can be difficult for even the strongest people to overcome. And, when the loss was caused by reckless or negligent treatment on the part of a medical professional, the trauma can be especially acute.

Doctors and other medical practitioners have an immense responsibility towards their patients, and when they violate this responsibility and cause the wrongful death of a patient, they need to be held accountable. Fortunately, many people who are struggling with the aftermath of a loved one’s passing are able to get the justice, closure, and compensation they deserve by filing a wrongful death claim against the medical professional responsible for the untimely death.

Causes of Wrongful Death in the Medical Industry

Medical malpractice can result in the wrongful death of a patient in a wide range of different circumstances, with some of the most common causes being:

  • Failure to diagnose
  • Delayed diagnosis
  • Lost or delayed test results
  • Prescription medication errors
  • Surgical and anesthesia errors
  • Failure to provide appropriate post-surgical care

In these and many other situations, errors by medical professionals can have life-altering consequences for patients and their families.

Talk with a Wrongful Death Lawyer in New Hampshire Today

After losing a loved one as the result of a doctor’s errors, our team at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, understands that you are likely experiencing anger, frustration, and immense grief, not to mention a slew of other emotions. With our help, you can focus on getting the closure you need, while we work on getting you and your family the compensation you may deserve. Call (617) 426-4488 today to speak with a compassionate member of our team.