We understand what it means when a loved one places their trust in a medical provider only to have that trust silenced by a serious medical mistake. Robinson & Associates, accepting medical negligence cases in Maryland and Washington DC, can help
In a negligence case the plaintiff must prove that the defendant's negligence is the direct cause of an injury. In one case a valet parking attendant at a nightclub facilitated the theft of a patron's car. Later that night a policeman chased down the thief first in the car and then on foot. The policeman slipped when chasing the thief on foot and sued the nightclub for negligence. The nightclub was indirectly linked to the slip and the case was dismissed.
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Medical negligence is defined as ‘an act or omission by a health care provider in which the treatment provided falls below the accepted standard of practice in the medical community and causes injury or death to the patient’. Medical negligence cases can range from everything to surgery being performed on the wrong patient to leaving a foreign object (such as a medical instrument) in a patient after surgery.
Michael D. Eriksen One of Florida’s leading general trial and personal injury attorneys, Michael D. Eriksen is a board-certified civil trial lawyer. Of counsel at Romano Law Group, he specializes in product liability, cruise line and general negligence cases.