Nurse Error Attorney in Albuquerque
Defending Victims of Medical Malpractice
A visit to the hospital can be taxing enough without having to worry that
actions taken by medical staff will lead to additional injuries.
Medical malpractice is an unfortunate occurrence and is not just limited to doctors, but can
include any type of health care provider, including nurses. This means
that when a nurse commits an error due to negligence, also known as nursing
malpractice, they can be held liable for resulting damages. If you were
injured while under the care of a nurse, it is vital that you contact our
Albuquerque personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. At Michael J. Doyle, Attorney at Law, we will do
everything in our power to maximize your claim so that you can focus on recovery.
Examples of nursing errors include:
- Failure to remove medical equipment from the body after surgery
- Physically harming a patient with medical equipment
- Failure to update a doctor on a critical change in patient condition
- Administering an incorrect drug or the incorrect dosage of a drug
There is no time to waste. Call (505) 219-2176 to speak to an attorney
about filing your claim today.
Can I Sue for Nurse Errors?
Nursing errors can occur when a nurse does not provide reasonable care
in performing their duties and that negligence can result in patient harm.
Not every injury which occurs will constitute nurse or medical malpractice
and a successful claim must meet several requirements.
Requirements for a nurse error claim include:
A legitimate medical relationship existed: You must have legally hired a nurse, or their organization, to provide
you with care. Unsolicited advice will not constitute a claim.
The nurse acted negligently: The nurse’s action must have fallen below a reasonable medical standard
of care. That is to say a reasonably competent nurse would have
not performed the action.
The negligent action caused your injury: As many patients under hospital care will have a health issue of some sort,
you must show it your injury was a direct result of a nurse’s error.
Depending on the circumstances of your case, medical parties such as the
hospital or the supervising doctors may also be liable for injuries. For
example, if a doctor was present during the action in question and could
have directly prevented the injury from occurring, the doctor may be guilty
of negligence. Nurse error and medical malpractice claims can be tremendously
complex and if you have any questions regarding your case, do not hesitate
to call our knowledgeable personal injury attorney.
No Recovery? No Fee
At Michael J. Doyle, Attorney at Law, we understand that after an accident,
budgets can be stretched thin. We believe that everyone deserves powerful
representation and that is why we offer our services on a contingency
basis. This means that starting from your
free initial consultation, there is no cost to you unless we win your case. Let our Albuquerque
personal injury attorney handle the legal burden so you can get your life
back on track as quickly as possible.
today and discover the legal options available to you.