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Medical Malpractice

Did you go to the hospital to get treatment, only to leave in worse condition than when you arrived?  Was the injury you received in the hospital a result of medical negligence? As medical malpractice attorneys, we know that the answers to these questions are not easy.  Not every unwanted result of medical treatment or hospitalization is caused by malpractice. But when negligence causes serious injury or wrongful death, the victim or victim's family should be properly compensated.

If you or a loved one suffered a serious or fatal injury as a result of medical errors, contact the attorneys at O'Hara, Taylor, Sloan & Cassidy and tell us what happened. We will listen carefully. If it appears medical malpractice may have been involved, we will talk to you about your options and your rights, and then pursue the remedies most appropriate to your case.

Our medical negligence attorneys have handled cases involving serious injury as well as wrongful death involving the following areas of medical negligence:

  • Anesthesia errors
  • Anoxic or hypoxic brain injuries
  • Birth injuries
  • Cancer misdiagnosis
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Emergency room errors
  • Failure to diagnose or negligent delay in diagnosis
  • Failure to properly treat brain trauma or injuries
  • Hospital errors
  • Insufficient staffing
  • Pharmacy mistakes or medication errors
  • Surgical errors

We will pursue a prompt a resolution of your case, given the nature of the injury. Often that will mean that we will engage in settlement efforts through alternative dispute resolution to obtain full and fair compensation consistent with the facts of your individual case. If the defendants deny reasonable compensation through settlement negotiations, our attorneys are fully qualified to take your case to trial, whenever necessary.

Advocating for clients since 1963, our medical negligence attorneys can provide the representation you need and will work hard on your behalf to obtain full and fair compensation for your injuries. Contact our office by phone or e-mail to schedule your initial consultation and learn more about how our attorneys can help.