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BMC Emergency Medicine published a study stating most emergency department mistakes are due to human error (60%), followed by organizational error (25%), and finally technical error (11%).
Emergency room personnel often must race the clock to stabilize critically ill or injured patients before handing them over to other medical providers for traditional medical care and treatment. While the law does not expect them to save all patients, they must still observe a basic standard of care. When their treatment falls below that standard, and causes injuries or even wrongful death, patients or their families may have the right to pursue a medical malpractice claim.
If you or a loved one have been the victim of an emergency room error, our personal injury attorneys can help. Medical Malpractice cases require the proof of negligence to receive compensation and hold medical providers accountable.
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