Handling Complex Medical Malpractice Cases
Medical malpractice cases are highly complicated legal cases that need to be handled by experienced attorneys. Few lawyers in West Virginia are qualified to effectively represent people who have been seriously injured because of a doctor’s or other medical professional’s negligent actions.
Confident, Assertive Med Mal Representation
The lawyers at Hill, Peterson, Carper, Bee & Deitzler, PLLC, have extensive experience advocating for personal injury and medical malpractice victims in Charleston and throughout the state.
Not only are we experienced legal advocates, but our attorneys have extensive knowledge of the medical aspects of injuries. Understanding the medical and legal aspects gives us leverage in building a strong legal case and allows us to focus on the impact of the injuries on our clients’ lives.
Our legal team uses state-of-the-art technology in gathering evidence and in trial demonstrations. We are well-known for our legal abilities and our breadth and depth of legal knowledge. No matter how serious or complicated your situation may seem, we will make sure that you are represented with vigorous advocacy.
Medical Malpractice In West Virginia
Our Charleston medical malpractice lawyers handle a broad range of cases, including:
- Surgical errors: Procedures on the wrong limb, anesthesia errors and more
- Pharmaceutical errors: Medication errors, anesthesia errors, defective drug litigation and more
- Hospital/emergency room errors: Failure to properly diagnose, delayed treatment, discharging a patient too soon and more
- Nursing home abuse and injuries: Bedsores, medication mistakes, nursing home falls, dehydration/malnutrition and more
These are just some of the many types of medical malpractice issues our seasoned team of attorneys can handle.
Why Make A Medical Malpractice Claim?
You are probably wondering why you should pursue a legal claim. It may seem scary and even a hassle. You’ve never hired a lawyer before. However, if you have been injured and believe it was caused by the negligence of a medical professional or administration, it is important that you seek justice. Holding others accountable is not just important for you and your family, but also for potential victims in the future.