Charleston Hospital Negligence Lawyer
South Carolina Medication Errors Attorney
Any patient has the right to receive a reasonable standard of care at a hospital or other healthcare facility. What does reasonable mean? It means that the care you or a loved one receives at a facility should be similar to the type of care you would receive and expect from other professionals and institutions working in the same field under the same or similar conditions. South Carolina recognizes a national standard of care.
That being said, rights provide little comfort to the families of an estimated 98,000 people who die each year as a result of medical error or malpractice.
Do you suspect that hospital negligence caused your injury?
At the Rosen Law Firm, we investigate and determine whether hospital malpractice has occurred. You do not have to be certain, just contact us at 843-377-1700 and talk to a lawyer from our firm.
Examples of Hospital Negligence
At the Rosen Law Firm, we represent families and individuals throughout the State of South Carolina who have been victimized by malpractice or neglect while in the care of a medical facility. Specific types of hospital negligence cases we handle include:
- Medication errors
- Nursing mistakes
- Technician errors
- Untreated infections
- Negligent credentialing
- Failure to diagnose
- Failure to properly treat conditions
- Failure to recognize emergencies and severe health conditions
- Burn injuries and injuries caused by defective equipment
Attorney Susan Rosen is a fierce opponent in the courtroom, and a passionate advocate for her clients. Her success has not come by accident; it is the result of hard work and dedication to the pursuit of justice. Ms. Rosen will carefully review your case including all of the medical notes, test results, nursing charts, and other hospital records to find out what went wrong and how to make it right.
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Contacting Our Tri-County Area Law Office
Call our Charleston, South Carolina, office at 1-843-377-1700, or contact us via e-mail to arrange a free consultation. We are available for evening and off-site appointments and handle hospital malpractice cases on a contingent fee basis. You pay no attorneys' fees unless we obtain a verdict or settlement in your case.