Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice has consequences.

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Medical Malpractice Has Consequences

Medical malpractice can lead to pain and suffering, mental agony, and reduced quality of life, resulting in increased medical bills, lost wages, and more. Medical malpractice has serious consequences for victims and their families, and such cases deserve the utmost attention and care. Our medical malpractice lawyers in Ottawa know that medical malpractice cases are time-consuming, complicated, and costly, and understand that victims need the best lawyers on their side. We have the experience needed to best protect our clients, whether they’re suffering the consequences of a misdiagnosis, mistreatment, a surgical procedure that failed to follow the standard of care, negligence in pre- and post-operative hospital care, or otherwise. We work with victims and their families to understand their needs and get compensation for physical and emotional harm, as well as any related financial losses.

Our lawyers will travel to your home, hospital, or rehabilitation centre throughout eastern Ontario. You don’t pay until you get paid.

When it comes to healthcare, mistakes are unacceptable.

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to medical malpractice, our lawyers are here to understand your case and help you get maximum compensation for your losses. We take a comprehensive approach, working closely with you to thoroughly understand your case and ensure you receive the best possible outcome.

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Frequently Asked Questions

To prove a case of medical malpractice, your personal injury lawyer must demonstrate that a healthcare provider: Had a duty of care to the patient. Breached the standard of care and that the breach caused actual harm to the patient.

In Ontario, you can seek compensation for hospital malpractice and sue for damages. The law also allows the family members of a person who has died to sue the hospital for damages.

Misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis is the most common reason for a medical malpractice claim.

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If you’ve been injured in an accident, please contact us free of charge to discuss how we can help you get the compensation and care you need to enjoy a comfortable quality of life.

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