New Jersey emergency rooms are often chaotic environments. Doctors, nurses and other healthcare staff who work in emergency rooms must receive specific training and follow accepted protocol to prevent mistakes even in the face of trauma and chaos. The safety—and even the lives—of ER patients depend upon the ability of these medical professionals to follow the rules and make accurate, informed decisions. Failure to properly adhere to the ER standards can give victims the right to pursue a medical malpractice claim for compensation.
If you or a loved one have suffered the harm caused by an emergency room error in New Jersey, Team Law is the right legal firm to help you fight for fair compensation. With over 60 years’ medical malpractice experience and a team of knowledgeable, compassionate malpractice lawyers, we will work tirelessly to protect your rights and help you move forward.
At Team Law, we only work with the best so that we can give our clients the best possible legal advocacy possible. Our lawyers are not only highly trained lawyers, but are talented, proven advocates for victims of medical malpractice.
The scenario is all too common—one moment you’re putting your life in the hands of a trusted ER professional and the next facing devastating and unexpected consequences. Emergency room malpractice can turn your life upside down. Team Law is here to fight for your right to full and fair compensation that can help you get your life back on track. To schedule your free consultation, call or contact our New Jersey emergency room malpractice lawyers today.
While most emergency room doctors and nurses diligently perform under pressure on a daily basis, there are some ER errors that are simply unacceptable. The consequences of emergency room malpractice to the patient are often devastating, if not fatal. Examples of some emergency room errors that may amount to medical malpractice include:
No one expects that emergency room staff will be able to save every patient or cure every illness. What we should be able to rely upon, however, is that the ER team will adhere to the standards developed within the medical community itself for providing competent emergency care.
At Team Law, our skilled lawyers are dedicated to building compelling cases based on strong evidence to protect victims’ rights. Our strategic-minded medical malpractice lawyers analyze and research every aspect of your case so that we can win the most compensation possible for you.
Emergency room malpractice claims can be particularly complicated because of the number of parties that may be involved. Once admitted to the ER, you will likely come into contact with a number of doctors, nurses, orderlies, administrative staff and more. Potentially liable parties may include:
In most emergency room malpractice claims, it is vital to locate evidence of what happened during the course of your treatment as soon as possible. Also, because the hospital where the ER was located will likely put a team of defense lawyers into action immediately, you need to retain the best possible lawyer as quickly as possible.
At Team Law, our dedicated medical malpractice lawyers are ready to jump into action immediately. We act as your advocate every step of the way—from:
You might not truly know what went wrong. But if you left the emergency room with injuries or illnesses that were made worse, the odds are strong that you should consult an emergency room malpractice lawyer.
If you or a loved one have suffered the consequences of an error while receiving treatment in the ER, contact our experienced New Jersey emergency room malpractice lawyers today. We evaluate your case for free, so you have nothing to lose by learning about your rights.
In emergency room malpractice cases, it’s especially important to contact an experienced lawyer. We evaluate your case for free because most patients won’t be completely sure what to look for to determine whether an unacceptable mistake was made. Further, we have a trained legal team and contacts in the medical community that can help us make that evaluation. Apart from consulting a lawyer, you should document all your symptoms and write down everything you can about your ER visit. If you feel the treatment you are receiving continues to be subpar, visit another hospital or specialist—or call us so that we can help you find competent medical care—for a second opinion.
Sometimes. Usually, your doctor must inform you of all potential risks, benefits, known side effects and options surrounding your treatment. ERs are hectic. Patients may be suffering or in critical condition. Still, ER doctors might have to obtain your informed consent if you are conscious and able—or at the very least get consent from your family members. In situations where your life is in danger and action must be taken very quickly, however, informed consent is not required.
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