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Medical Malpractice

car accident Have you been injured as a result of a doctor, nurse or other healthcare provider’s mistake or error, misdiagnosis or professional malpractice? If so, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries under our medical malpractice and personal injury system and you should contact Baggot Law in Toronto now. Medical Malpractice claims can arise from a doctor’s failure to diagnose a health condition, misdiagnosis, medication error, negligent behaviour or mistake during childbirth that causes birth defects. Medical Malpractice lawyers like Baggot Law in Toronto can review your medical records and help determine whether your have grounds for a claim. If appropriate, we as your lawyers can file a claim, attempt to negotiate a settlement on your behalf and represent you at court if a settlement cannot be reached.

What is Medical Malpractice?

car accident Medical Malpractice is when a doctor or other medical professional – does or omit to do something that causes an injury or some harm to you, the patient. The medical professional’s act or failure to act is called “medical malpractise.”
Like many other people, you may think you have a medical malpractise case if your doctor makes a mistake while treating you. This may or not be true. The fact is, there is a lot more to a medical malpractise case than a patient getting hurt or suffering consequences. The key factors involve showing or proving that what happened to you “yesterday” has an impact on you “today”. That is why you need Baggot Law in Toronto.
The mistake or omission can happen at any time during medical treatment. For example, your doctor may make a mistake diagnosing your illness, or he or she may not give you the proper treatment or medicine for that illness. The key here is the standard of care. This is the generally accepted method or methods used by other medical professionals in the area to treat or care for patients under the same or similar circumstances.

Who do you turn to?

If you can prove your doctor did not follow or “breached” the standard of care for your particular medical problem, you’ve made a big first step in establishing a negligence action. Contact Baggot Law in Toronto now.

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