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Washington DC Hospital Negligence Lawyer

Advocating for Injured Patients in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia

When injured or ill, we rely on hospitals and their staff to help us get better. Sadly, however, some hospitals are rife with negligent practices, leaving patients vulnerable to preventable injury. If you or someone you love has been injured by hospital negligence, you may have the right to sue that hospital for compensation.

At Simeone & Miller, LLP, we have the legal skill and resources to pursue claims of hospital negligence. As premier plaintiff’s attorneys, we have helped over 1,000 happy clients and cultivated a track record worth millions of dollars in compensation. As evidence of our commitment to you, we don’t charge any legal fees unless we win.

Call (202) 888-0872 to schedule a free consultation with a Washington DC hospital negligence lawyer. We can also be reached online.

What Is Hospital Negligence?

Hospital negligence is defined as when a staff member or the hospital itself breaches the duty/standard of care. This means that some aspects of the patient care you received were not in line with industry standards.

The most common causes of hospital negligence are:

  • Defective medical equipment
  • Poor communication between staff
  • Poor recordkeeping practices
  • Lack of properly trained staff
  • Lack of hospital policies, such as relating to any of the above

Have You Been a Victim of Hospital Negligence?

Signs that you have been injured by hospital negligence include but are not limited to:

  • A hospital staffer ignored your self-reported symptoms;
  • A hospital staffer did not obtain your informed consent for a treatment;
  • A hospital staffer misdiagnosed your condition;
  • A hospital staffer injured you with a defective medical device;
  • A hospital surgeon committed an error during a surgical procedure;
  • You contracted a healthcare-acquired infection (HAI), such as sepsis, a surgical site infection (SSI), or a catheter-associated urinary tract infection (CAUTI);
  • You were injured by a medication or anesthesia error; or
  • You were treated and harmed by a hospital staffer under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

If your injury was preventable and would not have happened at another hospital, it is very likely that you have a claim. Please note that it is not possible to sue for hospital negligence if that negligence did not result in further injury.

Suing a Hospital for Negligence in Washington DC

If you have been injured by hospital negligence, it is best to work with a hospital negligence lawyer who has extensive experience with medical malpractice law. Filing a suit against the incorrect party will result in your case being thrown out. At Simeone & Miller, LLP, we will ensure that your lawsuit is filed against the correct parties, putting you in a position to access your full compensation.

We’ll Put You First

Victims of hospital negligence deserve capable, caring legal representation, like our attorneys at Simeone & Miller, LLP. Our dedicated advocacy has won us acclaim from The National Trial Lawyers, Martindale-Hubbell, and the National Association of Distinguished Counsel, among others. At our firm, we fight hard for our clients because we care. Let us put you first.

Call a Washington DC hospital negligence attorney today at (202) 888-0872. If we don’t win your case, we won’t charge you a dime!

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