Premature Discharges And Inadequate Follow-Up Care
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Premature Discharges And Inadequate Follow-Up Care Can Be Deadly Acts Of Negligence

When medical professionals prematurely discharge their patients without providing adequate care, the patients’ lives may be at risk. These preventable injuries can be caused by various circumstances, such as unstable vitals or post-surgery complications. People who have suffered these injuries can hold the negligent medical professional and facility accountable for their malpractice.

At Kampinski & Roberts, LPA, our knowledgeable attorneys provide the victims of medical malpractice with the highest standard of legal guidance. We are proven litigators who aggressively pursue the maximum compensation for injured people. You can schedule your free consultation at our Cleveland metro area office and learn more about how we can help by calling .

Why Premature Discharge And Inadequate Follow-Up Care Can Be So Difficult To Prove

Determining if a person’s injuries were caused by premature discharge or inadequate follow-up care can be challenging. Thoroughly investigating the circumstances and paperwork that led to the discharge is a time-consuming and difficult process. To even file a medical malpractice, a plaintiff must present an Affidavit of Merit from an expert witness. In the affidavit, the expert witness declares, under oath, that they believe that the provider violated the medical standards of care when treating the plaintiff. The expert witness must also conclude that the violation of standards was then responsible for a person’s injuries.

Our firm does comprehensive reviews of all case facts to create personalized strategies for clients. Additionally, we have strong professional relationships with many expert witnesses who can evaluate a person’s injuries. Our team has obtained millions of dollars in compensation for our injured clients.

Don’t Wait To Schedule Your Free Medical Malpractice Consultation

There are strict statutes of limitations for Ohio medical malpractice claims, and evidence only gets more difficult to collect as time passes. Please call us at or send us a message to schedule your free consultation.