Proving a Medical Malpractice Claim
Human bodies are complex and sometimes a healthcare professional can make all the right decisions while a patient still suffers adverse effects from their injuries or illness. Negative results from medical treatment does not equal medical malpractice.
In order for your case to qualify for medical malpractice, you must demonstrate the following:
- The existence of a doctor-patient relationship
- The physican owed you a duty of care
- The physican breached that duty of care
- The physican's actions caused the patient's injuries either directly or indirectly
- The patient suffered damages
Our Baltimore medical malpractice attorneys understand the medical science and health care regulations necessary to prove whether or not malpractice occured. We ensure that you and your family get the maximum financial settlement possible to help support you through the pain, suffering, and financial losses your family will have to bear due to the mistakes of others. We cannot undo the past, but together we can help send a message to help ensure it doesn’t happen to anyone else in the future.