When you see a doctor, you have the right to expect that the doctor will treat your illness or injury to the best of his or her abilities. When you don’t get better, or if your condition gets even worse, you may be wondering if you have a case for medical malpractice.
Not every bad result is malpractice. Even when doctors, nurses and other medical professionals perform to the best of their abilities, a person may not heal or get better. When a doctor makes a decision that a reasonably prudent doctor would not make, and someone is hurt as a result, it is malpractice. Medical malpractice is a highly complex area of law. If you have reason to believe that you or someone you love has been the victim of malpractice, it is vital to talk to a lawyer.
Meub Associates is based in Rutland and represents families across Vermont. We have the experience and resources you need to make a strong case for malpractice.
Our first step in any malpractice case will be to talk to you about your illness or injuries and what the doctor did or did not do to treat them. Our next step will then compile all of the evidence to prove that a doctor, nurse or other medical professional did not act appropriately. Our Rutland medical malpractice attorneys will work with medical experts who can help us prove your case.
Medical malpractice cases can be very challenging. Even if a doctor’s negligence appears to be obvious, insurance companies and doctors will fight hard to deny or minimize their liability. Our law firm has the resources to put forth the strongest possible case in negotiations and litigation, and we will work tirelessly to help you recover the financial resources you need.
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• Anesthesia Errors
• Nursing Errors
• Nursing Home Negligence
• Wrongful Deaths
• Failure to Review Medical History
• Retained Surgical Instruments
• Failure to Get Informed Consent
At Meub Associates we have made it our mission to meet the many different legal needs of people across Vermont.