Elite Injury Attorneys’ Network
Oregon patients seek medical treatment in hospitals, clinics and doctor’s office in order to find relief from a disease or injury. We trust medical professionals to exercise professional, competent care that improves our condition. However, understaffed hospitals, busy clinics and under-trained staff at doctor’s offices may end up providing substandard care. If a medical professional provides care below the acceptable standard and patients suffer an injury as a result, this is considered medical malpractice.
If you or someone you love has been injured due to the negligence of a doctor or other Oregon medical professional, you have the right to seek compensation. A knowledgeable Oregon medical malpractice lawyer can help you through the claims process and make sure you understand your rights and have medical experts to testify in your favor. If you need assistance finding the right Oregon medical malpractice lawyer for you, talk to Elite Injury Attorneys’ Network, LLC. An attorney with medical malpractice experience will review your claim, and if it appears to have merit, he will attempt to find you an Oregon medical malpractice lawyer who has experience with your type of case, for no additional fee.
Who Can You Sue?
Medical malpractice laws are in place to protect patients’ rights if a medical provider is guilty of malpractice. Because healthcare professionals have a legal and ethical obligation to provide safe and proficient treatment, any individual who provides medical services can be the subject of a malpractice case, including:
- Doctors, nurses, clinicians, technicians and surgeons
- Obstetricians and midwives
- Chiropractors and massage therapists
- Dentists and dental hygienists
- Psychiatrists and therapists
Aside from individuals, entire organizations can also be held accountable for injuries suffered due to the negligence of its staff, defective equipment, etc. This can include nursing homes, clinics, hospitals and physician’s offices.
How Much Compensation Can You Expect?
The amount of damages you may be eligible for will depend on your degree of injury, the party that caused your injury, and a number of other details including:
- The cost of your medical bills and rehabilitation
- If you are unable to return to work
- The emotional turmoil the injury has caused you
- The financial burden that the injury has placed on your family
- Whether your injuries have permanently impacted your life
If you live in Oregon and have suffered an injury due to medical malpractice, you can hold the negligent party liable by law. Please complete the online form and the Elite Injury Attorneys’ Network, LLC can recommend a well-respected Oregon medical malpractice lawyer to explain your options and help you move forward with your claim, if it has merit.