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Philadelphia Hospital Negligence Lawyer

Philadelphia Hospital Negligence Lawyer

Hospital Error Attorney in Conshohocken, PA Defending the Rights of Victims of Medical Malpractice in Montgomery County, King Of Prussia, Norristown, and Throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey 

When we are ill or injured we turn to healthcare institutions for the care we need.  However, hospitals don’t always meet the standard of care required of them. When a member of the hospital staff is negligent, patients can be injured. Injuries resulting from the negligence of hospital staff can have devastating consequences. Not only do patients have to deal with a difficult recovery or the possibility of disability, but also the economic burden of not being able to work as well as the mounting medical bills. Some patients even lose their lives as a result of negligence. According to Pennsylvania law, hospitals can be held liable for the negligence of their employees. An experienced Philadelphia hospital negligence lawyer from Villari, Giannone and Matteo will hold the negligent hospital liable under the theory of corporate negligence. 

The team at Villari, Giannone and Matteo  are committed to helping victims of hospital negligence recover financial compensation for their injuries. We have witnessed the devastating impact that hospital negligence has on patients and their loved ones. We also know how complicated the process of seeking compensation can be for patients. We fight on behalf of the injured to ensure that those responsible for their injuries and damages are held accountable. 

We understand what you’re going through. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with an experienced and knowledgeable hospital error attorney in Conshohocken, PA. We offer a free consultation for injured patients as well as their loved ones. We will fight to protect your right to compensation. Our team works on a contingency fee basis. This means that you can access high-quality legal representation without worrying about the cost. 

Types of Hospital Negligence 

Hospitals and other healthcare facilities in Philadelphia can be held liable for the negligence of their employees including nurses, specialists, and doctors. This is under the theory of corporate negligence. Under this principle, the employer can be held liable for the acts that are committed by an employee during the period of their employment. 

Some examples of negligence that hospitals can be held liable for include: 

  • Performing a surgical procedure on the wrong site 
  • Performing the wrong surgical procedure 
  • Delays in administering treatment 
  • Patients contracting infections at the hospital as a result of negligence 
  • Improper administration of anesthesia 
  • Failing to monitor a patient’s vital signs
  • Failing to communicate changes in a patient’s condition to the concerned physicians 
  • Improper keeping of medical records 
  • Administering the wrong medication 
  • Administering wrong doses 
  • And many more

Hospital errors may also be made by non-employees. These include doctors or specialists that are not hospital employees but may have privileges to admit patients or other staff privileges. These cases can be complex as the hospital may not be automatically held liable for the malpractice by this non-employee. 

It is important to consult with an experienced Philadelphia hospital negligence lawyer to determine your rights and legal options. Contact Villari, Brandes& Giannone, P.C. to consult with a skilled and experienced hospital error attorney in Conshohocken, PA. Hospital errors are highly preventable. If you or a loved one has suffered injuries as a result of a hospital error, we will fight in your corner to ensure that justice is served. We will hold the hospital and its staff accountable for their negligence. 

Reach Out to Villari, Giannone and Matteo to Consult with an Experienced Philadelphia Hospital Negligence Lawyer For Free 

Have you or a loved one suffered an injury as a result of the negligence of the staff members of a hospital? You can hold the hospital and its staff accountable for their mistakes. Contact Villari, Giannone and Matteo and schedule a free consultation with an experienced hospital error attorney in Conshohocken, PA. We know how distressing it can be for patients to deal with injuries caused by negligence as well as mounting medical bills. Our team is available to answer your questions and offer legal guidance for free. You have the opportunity to talk to someone with experience and in-depth knowledge of how the legal system works. You will learn about your rights and the options available to you. 

Contact us now to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Hospital Negligence in Philadelphia

How long do I have to file a hospital negligence lawsuit in Philadelphia?

The statute of limitations for medical malpractice lawsuits in Philadelphia is two years. You therefore have only two years within which to file a hospital negligence lawsuit against a hospital or doctor. If you fail to file your claim within this period, you may not be able to recover financial compensation for your injuries or ensure that justice is served. 

However, there are various variables when it comes to the statute of limitations in hospital negligence lawsuits. For example, the statute of limitations may begin on the date of the injury while for some cases it will begin on the date when the injury or complication was diagnosed. If the patient dies as a result of the injuries or complications caused by the hospital negligence, the statute of limitations will begin on the date of the death of the patient. 

The laws regarding medical malpractice often change. It is therefore advisable to seek the guidance and representation of an experienced Philadelphia hospital negligence lawyer.

What type of compensation can I receive in a hospital negligence lawsuit?

There are various damages that you can recover in a medical malpractice lawsuit in Philadelphia. These include:

1. Economic damages, including past medical expenses, future medical expenses, lost wages, and lost earning capacity 
2. Non-economic damages, including pain and suffering, loss of consortium, and psychological trauma 
3. Punitive damages, which are given as punishment for gross negligence or in cases of intentional harm 

The experienced team at Villari, Giannone and Matteo will review your case to determine the damages you are eligible to recover. We will fight to recover maximum compensation on your behalf. 

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