Dealing With Nurse Malpractice in Alabama?
Our Mobile nurse malpractice attorneys can help
Nurses perform a valuable service in our society. They treat and care for hospital patients dealing with serious illnesses and various other medical conditions. That's why they undergo years of training to learn how to properly care for people when they need them most.
That's why mistakes made by nurses can have such devastating consequences. You or a loved one can develop serious health problems due to the actions - or inaction - of nurses. Or an existing medical condition can get worse due to not being properly treated by a nurse.
Such mistakes commonly involve medical malpractice. But knowing what to do in such situations can be confusing. That's why it's important to talk to a lawyer as soon as possible about your legal options. At Braswell Murphy LLC, our experienced Mobile, AL nursing malpractice attorneys can develop a legal strategy that suits your specific needs.
Common nurse malpractice cases
Nursing malpractice can cover a wide range. Common cases we regularly deal with involve:
- Physical abuse
- Verbal abuse
- Giving patients the wrong medication
- Not following the doctor's instructions
Warning signs of medical malpractice involving nurses often include:
- A medical condition gets worse
- Sudden weight loss
- Visiting hours restricted
- Unexplained bruises or other injuries
If you suspect something's wrong or if you were personally mistreated or neglected by nurses, contact our law firm right away.
We help injury victims demand justice
Taking on the medical establishment can be a daunting task. Often, if you accuse a nurse of mistreating you or a loved one, it's not just you versus the nurse. You'll likely need to take legal action against the hospital where the nurse works or a large corporation that owns the hospital.
Many lawyers avoid such challenging cases. We thrive on them. That's because we believe strongly in demanding justice for injury victims and their families. As your attorney, we will demand to see your medical records and inspection reports for the hospital. Often, such injuries are not an isolated incident. They're a pattern of abuse or neglect and it needs to be stopped.
Your case isn't just about money. It's about holding nurses and hospital administrators accountable for their actions. It's about making sure such abuses never happen again. It's about justice. Find out how we can help you. Schedule your free case evaluation right now.