Middlesex Medical Negligence Lawyer
Many people are confused about the difference between medical malpractice and medical negligence. Medical malpractice involves a doctor or other medical professional, such as a technician or nurse, doing something—or failing to do something—where such conduct falls below the medical standard of care for that type of medical professional. Medical negligence, on the other hand, refers to the more mundane acts performed on a daily basis in hospitals and other medical facilities. These may include, but are not limited to, failing to assist a patient moving about the facility or on and off of a table or bed, as well as failing to raise bed rails of a patient who may be likely to fall out of bed. Both medical malpractice and medical negligence often result in injuries to the patient.
If you have been a victim of medical negligence, our attorneys can help you obtain compensation for the harm done to you. This compensation can include money to cover additional medical treatment, lost wages, scarring or disfigurement, pain and suffering, and more. Contact the Woburn medical negligence lawyers at Contant Law today for a free evaluation of your case. You will not have to pay us for our services unless we obtain compensation on your behalf.
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