If your health is compromised because of poor medical care, you deserve to be compensated appropriately. It isn’t always clear whether or not your treatment will count as medical malpractice, and that’s why it’s important that you take the right steps in the aftermath of the incident.
Reach Out to the Doctor
Before filing a claim, it’s important to contact the medical professional who treated you. This will help you to clarify certain issues and in some cases the doctor may be able to remedy the situation without any additional fees.
Get a Secondary Assessment
This is an important step in determining whether or not your suit has merit. To make the strongest case possible, you should probably consult with a number of professionals, including:
- Alternate physicians
- Legal counsel
- Pharmaceutical suppliers
It’s important that you’re able to prove your doctor was negligent, and to do that you’ll need help from other departments.
Consider a Settlement
There’s no guarantee of how these things will play out in court, so opting for a settlement could save you a lot of time and money in the long run.
If you’re the victim of medical malpractice, you need to take the right steps to ensure that justice prevails. To learn more about how these matters are handled, call Law Offices of Jeffrey A. Garrety, P.C.