Medical Malpractice

What Is Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice is essentially the failure of medical providers — including doctors, pharmacists, radiologists, laboratory technicians and nurses — to use reasonable care in treating a patient, resulting in harm.

Those who survive a medical error may be injured such that they are entitled to compensation. The medical malpractice attorneys at Reich & Binstock want to help those who have been harmed by a medical error.

What Constitutes A Medical Error?

Errors include a delay in diagnosis or a misdiagnosis, improperly administered treatment, and the administering of either the wrong dose of a drug or the inappropriate drug. There are additional practical definitions of a medical error, and the experienced attorneys at Reich & Binstock can examine your situation, or that of a loved one, to determine whether damages may be recoverable.

Medical Malpractice Happens In A Variety Of Settings

Hospitals are not the only places where these errors can occur. There are also other medical care facilities such as retail pharmacies and nursing homes. These additional settings make medical malpractice one of the nation's top health problems.

The medical malpractice attorneys at Reich & Binstock have filed lawsuits for clients who have been victimized by medical negligence, an area of tort law in which the provider rendered care that was below the required standard. That standard of care is established by the use of highly trained and qualified medical experts.

Call For An Evaluation Of Your Situation

If you believe you have suffered an injury as a result of medical malpractice, then call the medical malpractice attorneys at Reich & Binstock to schedule a free initial consultation. If you are not sure whether you might have a compensable injury, then call us anyway and make sure. Call 713-352-7883 or 877-643-3099 toll free or use our contact form.