Injuries Due To Substandard Care, Treatment, Or Surgery

According to a 2000 report by the Institute of Medicine, medical negligence accounts for nearly 100,000 deaths annually. This figure does not include deaths in doctors' offices, private clinics, and similar medical facilities because of preventable medical negligence.

If you or a loved one has suffered complications or personal injury as a result of medical malpractice, or if there has been a wrongful death in the family due to misdiagnosis, surgical error, or medication error, the experienced Atlanta medical negligence lawyers at Mitchell & Shapiro can help. Serving Fulton County and Georgia clients statewide, our law firm has the knowledge and experience needed to provide informed legal counsel.

To discuss your case with Richard C. Mitchell, contact the Atlanta, Georgia medical negligence attorneys today and schedule a free consultation and case evaluation.

Substandard Care, Treatment, Or Surgery

Patients have a legal right to assume that the level of care provided to them by a medical staff member meets a certain standard. When this standard has not been met, victims may be entitled to compensation for any resulting harm. If a physician or other medical professional fails to provide a patient with the proper care, medical negligence has occurred.

Common medical errors may include medication mistakes, errors in surgery, improperly administered anesthetics, and other similar issues. Any of these scenarios may be grounds for a medical malpractice lawsuit handled by one of our Atlanta medical negligence lawyers.

Medication Errors

Medication errors may involve the administration of the wrong drug, or the over- or under-administration of medications. Overdoses, allergic reactions, and other serious side effects frequently result.

Surgical Errors

Surgical errors may involve anything from amputating the wrong limb to death during surgery. Any such scenario deserves the immediate attention of our Atlanta medical negligence lawyers.

Anesthesia Errors

Under-administered anesthesia prior to surgery can mean excruciating pain during a procedure. Over-administered anesthesia is even more serious: it can easily lead to death.

Contact Our Atlanta, Georgia, Medical Negligence Lawyers

Our Atlanta medical negligence lawyers boast decades of experience that we are ready to put to work for you. Since the firm's establishment, we have dedicated our careers to assisting personal injury and wrongful death clients. Indeed, we have won millions of dollars on behalf of past clients and we can help you too. Contact Mitchell & Shapiro's Atlanta office to speak with our medical negligence lawyers.