West Virginia Medical Malpractice Claims Aren’t Just a Result of Doctor’s Liability

You have to prove your healthcare provider was negligent in order to file a West Virginia medical malpractice claim.

Although these kinds of claims are often a result of doctor's liability, they can also be brought against a number of healthcare professionals, including:
 

  • hospitals;
  • clinics;
  • nurses;
  • dentists;
  • technicians; and
  • hospital workers. 


These parties are held to an accepted standard of care comparable to that of professionals with similar skills and training. When they deviate from these standards and cause harm to patients, they can be held accountable in a West Virginia medical malpractice claim.

Consequences of Medical Errors

Medical mistakes can lead to additional treatment, prolonged recovery and time missed from work.
In devastating cases, medical mistakes can lead to the loss of a body part or even death.

You can acquire the help of a Clarksburg malpractice attorney if you or a loved one has been injured by a healthcare provider. Your attorney will conduct an investigation, hire expert witnesses and gather evidence to determine a doctor's liability and build a solid claim on your behalf. 

You might be entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering, lost wages, current and future medical expenses, altered quality of life and any incidental expenses related to your injuries.

Contacting a Clarksburg Malpractice Attorney

If you or a loved one has suffered injuries as a result of a doctor's negligence, call the medical malpractice attorneys at The Miley Legal Group for a FREE consultation - 304-326-1800.

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