Pittsburgh Medical Malpractice Lawyer
Frequently Asked Questions about Medical Malpractice Cases
Types of Personal Injury Litigation
- Medication or Prescription Errors
- Failure to Correctly Evaluate an X-Ray
- Blood Transfusion Errors
- Failure to Diagnose a Life-Threatening Condition
- Failure to Diagnose a Birth Injury of Fetal Condition
- Infections Related to Hospital Procedure
- Trauma Resulting in Cerebral Palsy
- Preventable Suicide
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Birth Injury
- Wrongful Death
- Failure to Diagnose Cerebral Palsy
- Failure to Diagnose Cancer
- Failure to Diagnose Bone Cancer
- Failure to Diagnose Heart Attack
- Failure to Diagnose Pulmonary Embolism
- Failure to Diagnose Stroke-Stroke Misdiagnosis
- Hospital Negligence
- Post-Operative Complications
- Surgical Error
- Emergency Room Error
How Our Firm Handles Your Medical Malpractice Case
The Pittsburgh medical malpractice lawyers at Ogg, Murphy & Perkosky have represented many individuals who have sustained injuries as a result inadequate or improper care and treatment by a medical provider. Medical professionals and institutions such as hospitals, physicians, nurses, psychologists,
dentists, nursing homes and x-ray technicians can be careless or negligent. This negligence of medical professionals is usually referred to as medical malpractice. Medical malpractice happens far more often than most people think.
We have a reputation as Pittsburgh Medical Malpractice Lawyers that care and that get results. We know what is at stake for our clients; and we are relentless in our pursuit of justice.John Perkosky
When looking at Pennsylvania malpractice law, medical malpractice happens when a physician or other healthcare worker is involved in medical negligence. Medical negligence happens when the healthcare worker breaches, or violates, the standard of care.
The standard of care in any Pittsburgh, PA medical field is the commonly accepted medical practices followed by a collection of medical professionals in the same geographic region for patients having suffered from a specific disorder or illness. This standard can change depending on several things, such as the patient’s preceding medical history and also the age of the patient may come into consideration.
On top of the act of medical negligence occurring, in order to have a medical malpractice claim the negligent act needs to have directly caused the patient’s injuries. Proving medical malpractice can be a very complex journey and requires a Pittsburgh medical malpractice team of lawyers such as ours with both the experience and knowledge to call upon and work with medical expert witnesses in order to build the strongest case that will get the victim the compensation deserved. The Pittsburgh medical malpractice attorneys at The Firm are not afraid to fight for you in court, so many large Pittsburgh medical malpractice law firms settle far too early to move the case along.