Diagnostic And Surgical Errors Can Be Life-Changing
You expect the best medical care when you visit your physician for a checkup. The same goes for when you are wheeled into the operating room for surgery. Alas, that doesn’t always happen. Time and time again, we learn about patients who have faced the consequences of diagnostic and surgical errors committed by health care professionals. The results can be shocking.
Medical errors may lead to unnecessary surgeries and health complications that last a lifetime. Sometimes, they even prove fatal. Each year, thousands sustain injuries due to medical mistakes from health care professionals who should know better.
If you find yourself in such a precarious situation, our attorneys at Bassi, Vreeland & Associates, P.C., in southwestern Pennsylvania will be your strongest advocates. As experienced personal injury attorneys, we will fight for you in all medical malpractice issues.
Medical Errors Can Lead To Severe Complications
Incompetence and poor communication between health care team members are among the reasons for diagnostic errors and surgical errors. There have been extreme cases, too. For example, a patient diagnosed with a minor ailment such as heartburn actually had a severe heart condition. The medical professionals just missed the diagnosis.
Such scenarios can lead to pain, infections or even death. With over six decades of experience, we have the skill, understanding and resources to assist you in your medical malpractice case. We know how debilitating these injuries can be.
Fight Back After A Medical Malpractice Incident
An error or misdiagnosis by health care professionals shouldn’t be ignored. We will stand up for you. Medical malpractice is shocking and damaging. You should not be a victim.
Our lawyers at Bassi, Vreeland & Associates, P.C., will do their utmost to gain the settlement that you deserve. We will provide you with the support, knowledge and dedication you need. If you’re facing medical complications, contact us at 724-228-7000 today. We have offices in Charleroi and Washington.