Excessive Wait Time
Were You Hurt Because You Had to Wait in the ER?
Wait time in an emergency room can make the difference between life and death for severely ill or critically injured patients. Doctors, nurses and other hospital staff understand this and generally do their best to provide the appropriate care in a reasonable amount of time. Unfortunately, misdiagnosis and negligence do happen, leading to injury and even death due to excessive wait time.
Have you suffered injury or the loss of a loved one due to excessive wait time in an emergency room? At MyPhillyLawyer, our team of medical malpractice lawyers provides support, guidance and effective representation to victims of ER mistakes and their families. We have more than 100 years’ combined experience that we will put to work for you. Contact our Philadelphia law firm today to discuss your legal options during a free initial consultation.
Pennsylvania Excessive Wait Time Lawsuit Compensation
Our approach to seeking compensation for serious injury or wrongful death is often to immediately hire respected medical experts. We rely on these specialists to help us establish a timeline and identify the parties that may be held liable for what should have been done, but was not.
In some cases, misdiagnosis of a heart attack or stroke or delayed diagnosis of another life-threatening condition such as cerebral aneurysm or infection is a factor. Determining the likely outcome if proper procedures had been followed can be critical.
We know what it takes to recover full and fair compensation from a hospital or doctor’s insurance company. We will take your case to trial if necessary to get the results you deserve.
Contact Our Pennsylvania Medical Malpractice Firm. Call 215-227-2727.
Are you facing mounting medical bills, lost wages, and serious pain and suffering due to injuries or complications arising from excessive wait time in an emergency room? Did you lose a loved one due to medical malpractice or negligence? Contact our offices in Philadelphia today for a free consultation with a personal injury attorney.