Tempe ER Negligence Attorneys
When Hospitals Cause Harm
The environment in a hospital is fast-paced. However, that is no excuse for doctors and nurses not to provide the proper care. That is no excuse for mistakes that can change a patient's life.
At the Arizona law firm of Beale, Micheaels, Slack & Shughart, we have decades of experience holding medical professionals accountable for their errors. If you or a loved one has had your life changed due to hospital malpractice, our attorneys can help you get the compensation you deserve.
Over $140 Million Recovered in the Last Decade Alone: This total includes $1.5 million we recovered when a hospital's failure to diagnose and properly treat a heart attack resulted in serious damage that required a transplant. Our results speak for themselves.
Medication Errors in the Hospital
Hospital malpractice can take many forms. Some of the most common involve medication. Nursing medication errors can involve either the wrong medication or an improper dosage. Sometimes the fault lies with a doctor who prescribes improper medication.
Medical errors can cause serious harm. If the wrong medication is provided, not only could the current condition go untreated, but additional complications can arise. Too little medication may allow an infection to endure, or an overdose can cause serious side effects or immediate death.
Emergency Room Errors
Emergency room negligence is a common form of hospital malpractice. A person goes in with an immediate medical condition, expecting to be treated. Overextended ER doctors and staff may assess the patient too quickly. Failing to diagnose the condition instead of fixing it, they send the vulnerable patient away.
Our First Class Team Can Help With Any Hospital Malpractice Case
From surgeon mistakes to errors in the ER, our lawyers have the experience to help. We will stand by your side. We are very selective in the cases we ultimately take on. That ensures that we can provide each client with the necessary time and attention.
Discuss Your Case With Us for Free: Contact us to find out more about how we can help. We handle all hospital malpractice cases on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we get results.