Northwest Indiana Emergency Room Errors
Attorneys For ER Malpractice And Mistakes
Northwest Indiana emergency rooms (ERs) are hectic places where medical professionals must take quick action based on an assessment of a person’s injuries after he or she is rushed to the hospital. Doctors, registered nurses and physician assistants working in emergency rooms see high volumes of patients within a relatively small time window, and errors may happen despite a nurse or doctor’s best intentions. Some of the most common emergency room errors include:
- Medication errors
- Misdiagnoses or failure to diagnose
- Delayed treatment or failure to treat
- Failure to consult with proper doctors
- Failure to order necessary tests
- Nursing negligence
- Paperwork errors or failure to keep medical records
- Laboratory errors
- Failure to follow up after a patient is discharged
You have the right to file suit if an error in the emergency room resulted in serious or life-threatening health complications for you or a loved one. Our Northwest Indiana medical malpractice attorneys have handled emergency room error suits involving everything from staffing issues and inadequate training to failure to recognize a heart attack or stroke. For a free consultation with one of our professionals, call 219-733-8633.
How We Handle Emergency Room Error Cases
The Northwest Indiana ER malpractice lawyers of Theodoros & Rooth, P.C., are committed to providing effective representation and personalized client service. During your complimentary consultation, a lawyer from our firm reviews every aspect of your visit to the emergency room to look for signs of what went wrong and how your health care provider could or should have acted differently. We then consult expert medical witnesses for their opinions, and we build strong arguments designed to withstand rigorous cross-examination by opposing counsel. Our goal is to help you receive the maximum compensation possible for your injuries.
Call our firm today at 219-733-8633 or email us. Our lawyers have been committed to justice and patient safety for injury victims across Indiana since 1988.