Pediatric Malpractice Cases are Complicated
Our Mobile, AL pediatric malpractice attorneys can help
Parents trust pediatricians to care for their children. From the time a child is born often until they are teenagers (or sometimes older), parents rely on pediatricians to guide them through the unique health issues and crises that arise with babies and children.
That's why mistakes made by pediatricians can often be so serious - and so heartbreaking. Such cases often involve medical malpractice. In an instant, your child can suffer a serious illness or experience life-threatening injuries due to mistakes made by pediatricians and other medical providers who care for children.
What can you do? What are your legal options? Talk to a Mobile, AL pediatric malpractice attorney at Braswell Murphy LLC. We can answer your questions, explain all your legal options and discuss which strategy makes the most sense to you.
Common pediatric malpractice cases
Pediatric malpractice cases cover a wide range. Some of the most common cases we handle at our law firm include:
- Failure to diagnosis a serious or fatal illness
- Delay of treatment
- Medication errors
- Allergic reactions to medications
- Physical abuse
- Sexual abuse
Don't underestimate the seriousness of your pediatric malpractice case. Make sure you talk to a lawyer as soon as possible. Make sure you contact us.
Our lawyers put your family's interests first
The biggest obstacle parents often encounter with medical malpractice cases involving children is that the pediatrician denies doing anything wrong. "I did the best I could" or "mistakes sometimes happen" are words parents hear from pediatricians far too often.
But the truth is many pediatricians could have done more. They could have requested more medical tests. They could have asked a colleague for a second opinion. They could have prescribed certain medications or recommended a surgical procedure. Instead, some pediatricians don't do enough. That's why many parents now find themselves dealing with such a serious medical crisis.
Don't simply take the doctor's word about your child's serious medical condition. We can investigate your concerns and consult with independent medical experts. And if we believe malpractice occurred, we can conduct a thorough investigation and take legal action if necessary. Don't take chances with your child's future. Take action. Contact our law firm and schedule your free case evaluation right now.