South Carolina Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Patients trust health care professionals to provide top-notch care, but a doctor’s negligence can cause a patient to lose confidence in their provider. Not only is trust lost, but medical malpractice can leave a patient’s life forever changed.
For a victim of medical malpractice, the path forward may seem daunting, and the legal steps to compensation even more unclear. But if your health care provider failed to uphold the standard of care in South Carolina, David Taylor Law can help.
Our law firm is committed to protecting patients who have suffered as a result of medical negligence or malpractice. Trust our personal injury attorneys to handle all the legal issues so that your sole focus remains on recovery. We will help ensure you receive the proper care you need, while pursuing compensation for patient bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and future health care.
Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Claim?
To prove medical malpractice in South Carolina, a patient must have evidence of the following:
- Failure to provide the standard of care.
This means that a hospital employee did not provide the average amount of care that a “reasonable” health care professional would.
- An injury resulting from negligence.
The next step is proving that your injury resulted from the doctor’s negligence.
- Significant damages caused by the injury.
The final requirement is that your personal injury resulted in disability, costly patient medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and/or the need for ongoing/future health care.
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How Is Medical Negligence Proven?
Providing proof of medical negligence can be difficult – but it’s an essential part of filing a medical malpractice lawsuit. Digging through medical records and patient bills is often required, along with a thorough understanding of a patient’s rights. Trust out medical malpractice attorneys to determine if hospital employees violated the standard of care.
Your case becomes more complicated if your doctor is an independent contractor and is not considered an official hospital employee. That’s why it’s crucial to have a law firm with experience filing a medical malpractice lawsuit in South Carolina on your side.
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Types of Medical Malpractice Cases
Hospital negligence can occur in many forms, involving health care professionals from the emergency room to the delivery room – and every unit in between. Here are some common types of medical malpractice in South Carolina:
- Misdiagnosis/delayed diagnosis
- Medication errors (improper dosage, wrong medication, etc)
- Childbirth injuries (negligent prenatal or childbirth care, etc)
- Surgical/anesthesia errors or unnecessary surgery
- Inadequate aftercare
Keep in mind that the health care concerns listed above are just a few of those experienced by local patients. No matter what type of personal injury you suffered as a result of medical negligence or malpractice in South Carolina, call David Taylor Law today.
David Taylor Law Fights for Patients’ Rights
Medical malpractice encompasses a wide range of concerns and therefore, these types of cases can be very complex. They require an experienced medical malpractice lawyer who understands the intricacies of the healthcare system as well as the insurance and legal systems.
David Taylor Law has the experience necessary to advocate for patients’ rights and pursue the damages they deserve. When other South Carolina law firms need advice on medical malpractice cases, they consult the lawyers directory. But at David Taylor Law, we don’t need to look any further than our team to find the trusted experience needed.
If you were a victim of hospital negligence or medical malpractice in South Carolina, contact David Taylor Law to schedule your free consultation.