medical malpractice

Medical Malpractice

The fact is, we all need medical professionals for many of our health concerns. Whether it is something as minor as a check up or as major as a surgery, we expect the doctors, nurses and surgeons to perform their jobs well. We count on them to heal us when we’re sick and trust them with our lives on occasion. When something goes wrong and you or a family member is injured as the result of a health care provider’s negligence or recklessness, the results can be life changing.

Medical malpractice is the failure of any medical professional to provide services that meet the standard of care of a reasonable physician, which results in harm done to that patient. This harm can be a temporary or permanent injury that can result in the loss of income and economic stability. In cases of medical malpractice, you have the right to file a lawsuit to gain compensation for the personal injury or injuries inflicted upon you or a family member.

Lawsuits for Oklahoma and Arkansas medical malpractice include:

There are tens of thousands of medical errors a year that lead to thousands of people seriously injured or dead. These injuries include wrong side surgeries where a good organ or gland is removed, but a cancerous one is left in the body, as well as brain and spinal injuries that result in someone needing a lifetime of special care.  Medical malpractice lawsuits seek to protect these individuals, and ultimately make our hospitals and clinics safer.

The Oklahoma and Arkansas medical malpractice lawyers at Carr & Carr Attorneys can help. Contact one of our Tulsa, Northwest Arkansas or Oklahoma City medical malpractice lawyers today for assistance.  Two offices in Tulsa and one in Oklahoma City serve people in Oklahoma, while a Springdale office assists residents of Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers, Bentonville and other Arkansas communities.  Call 1-877-392-4878 today to talk with an experienced medical malpractice attorney today.


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