No One Deserves To Suffer Because Of Medical Malpractice
Every medical procedure has some degree of risk. However, some medical procedures go wrong due to negligence from a health care provider. If your doctor or nurse failed to provide adequate care and this caused an illness or injury, then Egerton Law can help you seek compensation for your damages.
At Egerton Law, we believe in standing up for the rights of people who have been wronged. Having served North Carolina since 1956, we have helped numerous clients recover settlements and verdicts for medical malpractice.
We handle a full spectrum of medical malpractice issues, including:
- Failure to diagnose
- Medication errors
- Anesthesia errors
- Surgical errors
- Birth injuries
- HIPAA violations
- Dangerous medical devices
No one should have to suffer because of a trusted doctor or nurse’s negligence. When you work with us, we will fight to recover the maximum compensation available to you.
What Constitutes Medical Malpractice?
Not every unsatisfactory result is due to medical malpractice. After all, doctors cannot guarantee a certain outcome. Medical malpractice cases require these three criteria:
- You have a relationship with the health care provider as a patient
- Your health care provider did not provide the accepted standard of care
- Your health care provider’s negligence caused an illness or injury that resulted in damages
Our lawyers at Egerton Law have proven many instances of medical negligence. We also work with doctors who can examine you and provide expert testimony. We can sit down with you to determine whether you have an actionable case.
We provide free initial consultations of up to one hour. We can also arrange a free initial consultation with one of the doctors who works with us.
Ask About Malpractice In A Free Consultation
You do not need to go through this difficult time on your own. Work with our trusted team at Egerton Law. Schedule your free initial consultation with a team member by calling 336-814-2126 or by using our online contact form.