Hospital Mistakes

Illinois Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Hospitals mistakes can lead to serious injuries or even death, and can occur due to the negligence and medical malpractice of doctors, nurses and other medical staff entrusted to care for patients in their facility.  If you or a loved one has been affected by a hospital mistake, you may be entitled to compensation through a medical malpractice or wrongful death lawsuit.

The skilled medical malpractice attorney Bogdan Martinovich has considerable experience representing the victims of all types of medical malpractice incidents, including hospital mistakes,obstetrical negligence and medication errors.  Contact Lake County medical malpractice attorney Bogdan Martinovich to learn more about how he can help you get the compensation that you need and deserve.

 

Common Examples of Hospital Mistakes

Hospital mistakes are all too common, unfortunately.  Frequently hospital mistakes have devastating consequences that can result in serious injury or death.  In fact, one study indicates that an average of 195,000 people in the U.S. died due to potentially preventable, in-hospital medical errors in each of the years 2000, 2001 and 2002.

Some common hospital mistakes made by doctors, nurses and other medical staff can include:

  • Medication errors, including improper drug prescriptions, improper dosage, pharmacist errors and mistakes made while administering the medication
  • Obstetrical negligence, including oxygen deprivation, failure to treat complications such as jaundice and failure to respond to fetal distress
  • Surgical errors, such as wrong-site surgeries, wrong surgical procedure and surgical instruments left in the patient’s body
  • Improper interpretation of tests and laboratory results

 

Contact a Skilled Hospital Mistake Attorney

If you or a loved one has been the victim of medical malpractice due to a hospital mistake, contact the experienced Lake County medical malpractice attorney Bogdan Martinovich at (847) 996-1350 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your medical malpractice or wrongful death claim.