Physician & Hospital Negligence

West Virginia Physician & Hospital Negligence Attorneys

Our Experienced Medical Malpractice Lawyers Have Recovered Millions

When physicians and other healthcare providers make mistakes, the results can be tragic. Victims of medical negligence and their families must battle the devastation left behind when healthcare provider are careless and make mistakes. Not to mention the battle that most victims face against the doctors' and hospitals' large insurance companies.

We handle varying types of medical malpractice cases including:

  • Doctor errors
  • Nurse errors
  • Surgical errors
  • Pharmacy errors
  • Nursing home abuse & neglect

The experienced West Virginia medical negligence attorneys at Hartley Law Group, PLLC understand the distress, pain, anguish, suffering, and heartache that follow after a patient has been the victim of a careless medical error. They also are ready to fight the insurance companies who will stop at nothing to deny you, the victim, your rights.

With a track record of success, our legal team is committed to helping both the patient and their family move forward with their lives. We have over 40 years of experience representing victims of personal injury and are equipped to be your voice against these careless healthcare providers and their insurance companies!

Call us at (888) 510-6547 to get started on your case today.

Hospital Negligence Cases in West Virginia

Clients from all over West Virginia benefit from our experience, reputation, and trial skills. We battle in every case, for every client, to ensure that healthcare professionals who fail to look out for patient safety and follow the required standard of care, compensate the victims for their carelessness.

We have earned a solid statewide reputation for tenacious advocacy and trial work on behalf of our clients. Medical professionals and their insurance companies know we possess the skill, knowledge, resources, and trial experience to hold negligent medical professionals accountable for failing to follow required patient safety rules. We carefully screen each case that comes to us and hire quality medical experts in all types of specialties including experts in nursing, life care planning, and economic loss.

Common Medical Errors That Lead to Malpractice

Most of today's healthcare professionals are heavily insured to protect themselves from malpractice cases. While it does make it harder, this does not make them untouchable. First, two conditions must exist for a valid medical malpractice case: you must have received care that would be considered well below the standard practice of care and this lack of car resulted in a verifiable injury that would not have happened otherwise.

The following are the most common medical errors:

  • Failure to diagnose
  • Improper treatment
  • Failure to warm

It's often difficult to determine if you have legal grounds for a medical malpractice case, so it's advisable to seek the guidance of an experienced West Virginia medical negligence attorney. We can help you determine if you have a case and lay out the next steps that should be taken.

Aggressive Advocacy. Experienced Representation.

Our lawyers have obtained numerous million and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements and we will put that experience to work for you.

Doctors are not the only medical professionals that can be held accountable for their actions. At Hartley Law Group, PLLC, we pursue claims against:

  • Hospitals
  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Surgeons of every specialty
  • Pharmacists / pharmacies
  • Nursing homes

Contact the experienced medical negligence attorneys at Hartley Law Group, PLLC at (888) 510-6547 to discuss how we can get started with your claim today!

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