Are you feeling like your doctor isn’t giving you the attention you need? Or that the treatment you’re undergoing isn’t making you better? You may feel like you’re being irrational; that your doctors are trained professionals and know what they’re doing, and that you should trust what they tell you.
And in a perfect world, why shouldn’t you feel this way? But the reality is, everyone makes mistakes, and sometimes people don’t give you the proper attention that they should. Even your doctor. You’re not alone, other people undergoing medical treatment have had similar experiences. Medical Malpractice is real. And if you suspect it’s happened to you, you should call a Medical Malpractice Lawyer as soon as you’re able, here’s why:
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The first thing to do is to pay attention. Does your doctor not take the time to answer all of your questions, does his/her conclusions seem rushed? Have you gone to another doctor for a second opinion and their diagnosis is different than the diagnosis you first received. Did your doctor prescribe medication and/or treatment that seems to be making your condition worse? Basically, if you feel the treatment you received has done you harm, or has not helped your condition improve, you may be the victim of Medical Malpractice and should consult with a Medical Malpractice Lawyer.
What a Medical Malpractice Lawyer will tell you
First of all, talking to a Medical Malpractice Lawyer is totally free. You won’t be charged for their time. If you suspect you may be a victim of Medical Malpractice, you should see a Medical Malpractice Lawyer and give them the facts and see what they say.
At Scartelli Olszewski P.C., we research your case carefully to ensure that you have a case. And if we determine that you do have a case we would be honored to help you through the process.
Consulting with a Medical Malpractice Lawyer is free.
You have nothing to lose by consulting with a medical malpractice lawyer. But you do have a lot to lose if you wait. Under Pennsylvania malpractice law, the statute of limitations for medical malpractice claims is two years. The two years begins when the patient discovers or reasonably should have discovered that the injury happened.
Contact a Medical Malpractice Lawyer right now – it’s free to talk to us
Don’t wait – evidence gets cold, memories fade; the best time to act is now.