Medical Malpractice Lawyer In Hartford And New Britain

As a culture, we invest faith in the medical profession to do no harm. We expect doctors and other medical professionals to adhere strictly to a standard of care. It is well-known that when a medical practitioner fails to meet the appropriate standard of care, the results of the breach can be life-changing for the patient.

We take pride in serving the Latino community in Connecticut with lawyers who personally speak Spanish.

The need for appropriate medical care has been a popular topic of public discussion in recent years. At the Dressler Law, our lawyers have pressed hard to hold the medical profession accountable for acts of medical negligence for decades. We believe that every human being deserves to receive proper medical care with dignity and professionalism.

We know that people with less socioeconomic power often have to wait longer in the emergency room, or may be discharged at an earlier date than other patients. These events do not always lead to harm. But, when medical negligence causes significant harm, we believe that the negligent actors should be held accountable.

The types of breaches in the standard of care that often result in medical harm include:

  • Delays in properly diagnosing a serious medical problem, such as cancer
  • Misdiagnosis of a condition, including allowing a serious condition to fester while treating the wrong disease
  • Medication errors, including overdosing a patient or providing a harmful combination of drugs
  • Surgical errors, including wrong site operations and negligently leaving surgical materials behind
  • Nursing errors, including negligent monitoring, dispensing medications to the wrong patient and failure to properly follow doctors' orders
  • Hospital negligence, including inadequate staffing, training or supervision of hospital staff members

Take Action With Experienced Hartford, Connecticut, Medical Malpractice Attorneys

We take the time to investigate every detail when medical negligence causes a patient harm. Medical malpractice involves a breach of the relevant standard of care, but in nonlegal terms, it is a harmful breach of our trust in the medical profession. We work with medical professionals and thoroughly investigate medical records to benefit our clients. A patient harmed by negligence should not have to pay for the losses he or she has suffered due to the negligence of medical professionals.

Call For Compassionate Personal Service When You Need It Most

If you or a loved one has suffered harm due the medical malpractice, contact us online or call 860-952-3026 to arrange a free evaluation. You will be treated with empathy, compassion and respect. Se habla español.