Dedicated medical malpractice Attorneys obtaining relief for victims who have suffered medical injuries in Libertyville, Cary, Itasca, and Chicago
We often hear of unfortunate accidents or incidents that occur while individuals are being treated by doctors in outpatient centers, hospitals, and emergency rooms across the country. These encounters, some with devastating consequences, almost always impact unsuspecting patients who expect their medical procedure to be completed without a hitch. The most frustrating part of the encounter is that in most cases, the mishap could have been prevented. If you or your loved one has been injured in an accident or incident that has occurred while obtaining treatment in a hospital, contact an attorney for assistance.
Newland & Newland, LLP: Determining Responsibility for Your Injuries
Errors performed in hospital settings are often the result of the negligence of medical care professionals. However, there have been many instances in which the errors occur because of an institutional practice. The attorneys at Newland & Newland, LLP are skilled personal injury litigators who have successfully investigated many claims involving hospitals. One of the first things our attorneys do after accepting a case is investigate to determine that we have a list of all parties that may be deemed liable for your injuries. If a hospital is responsible for your injuries, it needs to be included in any lawsuit that is initiated. This will ensure you receive the highest amount of compensation. With your assistance, our attorneys will obtain the maximum amount of relief by engaging in a thorough review of your claim.
What are Hospital Institutional Errors?
Hospitals have a duty to act reasonably carefully in the administration and management of the institution. When accidents or incidents occur as a result of the practices set by management at the institution, there may be a claim for an institutional error against a hospital. This may include any of the following:
- Negligent Supervision: Negligent supervision occurs when the hospital fails to adequately supervise medical professionals while conducting their day-to-day activities.
- Failure to Maintain the Facility: When a hospital fails to maintain the hospital in such a way that will prevent injuries, the hospital can be held responsible for any injuries that result.
- Negligent Credentialing: A hospital can be held liable when they fail to ensure that the doctors, physicians, and staff are adequately educated, trained, and certified prior to allowing them to preform surgeries.
Let our Experienced Arlington Heights Attorneys Help You
Newland & Newland, LLP is a personal injury law firm that has handled thousands of personal injury claims in the state of Illinois. Our attorneys know how to effectively handle your medical malpractice claim for institutional practices that amount to negligence. If you or your loved one have been injured as a result of an incident of medical negligence, you deserve compensation. Contact an experienced attorney at Newland & Newland, LLP for the first step in determining your rights to relief. During the initial consultation, we will gather the facts and circumstances related to a claim and develop a course of action. For a no-risk initial consultation, contact us today.