We place a lot of trust in health care providers. We trust that they will provide and uphold the industry standard for care, perform their duties with competence and, above all, observe the caregiver’s motto: First, do no harm. Most health care providers do a superb job of earning our trust and keeping it by providing exceptional care and performing their jobs with skill. However, like any other profession, not all of them have the same dedication to their patients and their craft. Some are negligent, and their actions, or failure to act, result in serious and sometimes fatal injuries for their patients. When this occurs, many injured people consult with a Riverside medical malpractice lawyers like us to learn more about California law, their rights and their options.
Do you need to speak with a Riverside medical malpractice attorney to discuss an injury? Call us today at 888-848-5084 to schedule a free consultation!
When we hear about a medical malpractice case, we assume that the negligent party is a doctor, and, sadly, we’re right most of the time. However, many other health care providers and facilities can also be the targets of malpractice litigation. We have built successful cases against the following:
However, it is important to note that not all injuries are grounds to pursue damages in a medical malpractice lawsuit. In order for a health care provider to be guilty of malpractice, we must prove the following:
If you or a close family member believes that a health care professional was negligent and you would like to discuss the matter with an experienced Riverside medical malpractice lawyer, call our law offices of samer habbas at 888-848-5084. During the consultation, we will listen carefully, ask questions, answer your questions and explain complicated California malpractice laws. Pursuing a medical malpractice claim isn’t about getting even; it’s about receiving justice and preventing the negligent party from harming other people. Call us today or fill out a contact form to learn more about your rights and options under the law.