Navigating Complex Medical Malpractice Cases

An experienced medical negligence lawyer works to prove negligence on behalf of those harmed due to the carelessness or mistakes of healthcare professionals. The attorneys at Lyons & Lyons are committed to uncovering the facts and advocating for those impacted by medical negligence. Our focus is on achieving positive results for you and your loved ones.

Sean Michael Lyons

Why Choose Lyons & Lyons?

Working with us means partnering with a team with over 150 years of collective expertise and a steadfast commitment to your representation. We ensure our client’s voice is heard, justice is obtained, and the resources necessary for a stronger future are secured.

Speak with Us About Your Medical Negligence Case

Our attorneys help people with medical negligence cases nationwide, so don’t hesitate to contact us and schedule a consultation. Our team works to ensure things are made right after a medical mistake has caused someone harm. We have obtained substantial compensation on behalf of clients for damages, including:

  • Hospital Bills
  • Future Medical Expenses
  • Lost Wages
  • Loss of Future Earnings
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Loss of Consortium

About Medical Negligence

Medical negligence can occur in different ways, including by different healthcare professionals at private practices, major hospitals, and just about any medical institution conducting care. Common examples of medical negligence are as follows:

Misdiagnosis or Delayed Diagnosis:

Failing to diagnose, incorrectly diagnosing or diagnosing a malady or condition later than could have been diagnosed can result in the wrong treatment, delayed or no treatment of the situation which can result in the patient getting worse.

Failure to Treat:

A doctor may have correctly diagnosed a condition, but then that doctor or other healthcare provider may have been negligent in administering the needed treatment.

Medication Errors:

Prescribing the wrong drug, wrong dosage, or failing to prevent dangerous drug interactions.

Surgical Errors:

This can include operating on the wrong body part, unneeded surgeries, leaving gauze or other surgical instruments inside the body, or inadequate care after the surgery.

Childbirth Injuries:

Failure to respond to signs of fetal distress, failure to anticipate complications such as the need for a cesarean section, and other such negligence.

Anesthesia Errors:

Administering too much or too little anesthesia, failing to anticipate or prevent anesthesia complications, or failure to monitor vital signs while a patient is under anesthesia properly.

Failure to Conduct Proper Testing:

Failing to order the standard tests for certain symptoms, failing to properly do the tests needed, or failing to interpret test results properly all come under medical negligence.

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Connecting Your Injuries with Medical Negligence

To have a case, we do a thorough investigation and enlist the help of trusted doctors and medical experts to prove that the “four elements of negligence” were present:

  • Duty of Care for the Patient
  • Breach of Duty (Negligence)
  • Causation
  • Damages

See What a Medical Negligence Lawyer with Lyons & Lyons Can Do for You

Medical negligence cases are not always cut and dried so it is crucial that you have an experienced injury lawyer who specializes in medical malpractice law. Contact our offices to schedule a free initial consultation to review your case’s specifics and make sure your rights are protected.

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