Medical malpractice is a singular or series of decisions made in a medical environment that leads to worsening injuries or death. This is considered a deviation from the “standard of care.” Ultimately, these decisions affect the outcome of the patient’s ability to resume life the same as before receiving medical treatment. This includes reduced mobility, tremendous pain that is debilitating to continue everyday activities, and more. As the third leading cause of death in the U.S. after cancer and heart … Read More
It’s no secret that medical malpractice cases are complicated. Not only do both parties need to be well-versed in law, but they also need a background in medicine in order to successfully present a case. For this reason, it’s generally best to have an experienced medical malpractice attorney on your side if you become involved in one of these cases.
We here at Skousen, Gulbrandsen & Patience consider personal injury law to apply to any form of wrongdoing that harms a person. Elder and nursing home abuse is becoming an epidemic across the nation. Expectations for elder care have changed drastically over the years because of generational gaps and inability to meet the loved one’s needs.