Understanding The Ramifications Of Hospital Negligence
Health care facilities such as hospitals and clinics have a duty to provide an acceptable level of care for patients. Failure to do so may cause patients to suffer injuries or wrongful death.
Patients should be able to trust hospitals to maintain a properly trained and credentialed staff. Hospital negligence in these areas can have catastrophic results. At the law office of Smith, Meier & Webb, LPA, we hold hospitals liable for their role in patient injuries and deaths. Please speak with one of our Dayton hospital negligence attorneys to learn how we may assist you and your family.
Hospital Negligence And Medical Malpractice
Hospital negligence is frequently the underlying cause of medical malpractice. The hospital and/or health care system bears responsibility for its employees and services. In Ohio, hospitals are liable for the negligence of the medical providers they employ. In some cases, the hospital may be liable for the negligence of contract physicians and employees as well. We will determine whether this is applicable in your case.
When medical malpractice occurs, it may be related to issues such as:
- Negligent hiring practices and credentialing
- Lack of employee supervision
- Doctor and nurse negligence
- Employee negligence
The firm has the experience and resources to determine the hospital’s role in the malpractice. We will investigate the conditions that resulted in the injury or wrongful death in your case. Our lawyers work with trusted medical experts who assist us in gathering and reviewing medical records, employee records and additional evidence.
Contact Smith, Meier & Webb, LPA.
Please call our Springboro office at 937-557-0128 or 513-445-5017 for a free consultation. You may also contact us online.