Connecticut Hospital Negligence Attorneys
Hospitals are responsible for upholding a professional standard of care and delivering safe and effective medical care to patients. But when hospital employees fail to uphold that standard of care, hospitals can be sued for negligent actions or errors that result in patient injuries. Not every negative patient experience or hospital mistake constitutes negligence or malpractice, but when Carter Mario Injury Lawyers is handling your case, we'll conduct a multi-step investigation to find out exactly who is responsible. We're available around the clock, and your initial consultation is always free.
To schedule a free initial consultation, call (844) 634-5656.
Who Is Responsible?
Medical malpractice claims against hospitals may be complex, as there may be several potentially responsible parties. To help determine who is responsible for your hospital negligence claim, we'll obtain your medical records, consult medical experts, and investigate the details of your claim.
Hospital employees who may be held responsible in a medical negligen claim, include:
- Advance practice registered nurses (APRNs)
- Certified nurse aides (CNAs)
- Licensed practical nurses (LPNs)
- Physical therapists
- Registered nurses (RNs)
- Respiratory therapists
- Any other clinicians who care for patients in a hospital
While attending doctors are usually independent contractors (not employees of the hospital), they can still be sued for medical malpractice.
Hospital Cases We Handle
Our Connecticut medical malpractice lawyers at Carter Mario have experience handling a variety of hospital negligence claims, and we can help you determine who caused your preventable injuries.
Some of the hospital negligence cases we have successfully resolved include:
- Birth-related injuries in children
- Delay in delivery of a baby with fetal distress
- Failure to communicate lab results
- Failure to communicate with surgeons
- Failure to have the proper equipment available
- Inadequate supervision of nurses and nursing staff
- Inadequate supervision of residents and medical students
- Incorrect use of equipment
- Medication errors (wrong medication, wrong patient, wrong dose)
- Missed or delayed diagnosis of fracture
- Nursing procedures performed incorrectly
- Patient falls in the bathroom or from bed, resulting in fracture
- Patient leaves against medical advice
If you or a loved one have had a similar experience while at a hospital, we may be able to help.