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To meet with experienced Louisiana medical malpractice lawyers, contact the attorneys at The Young Firm today.






The Young Firm
400 Poydras Street, Suite 2090
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130

Toll Free: (504) 608-6308
Local: (504) 608-6308
Facsimile: (504) 680-4101

Medical Malpractice Frequently Asked Questions

Doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and other medical professionals are required – both legally and ethically – to provide safe, competent treatment to their patients. At The Young Firm, our Louisiana medical malpractice attorneys provide aggressive legal representation to those who have been seriously harmed by preventable medical errors. If you have suffered a serious personal injury or a member of your family has died as the result of medical negligence, we can help. We have obtained millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements on behalf of our past clients. Our New Orleans, Louisiana medical malpractice lawyers will fight to protect your rights and will help you hold those responsible for your injuries accountable for their actions. Contact The Young Firm today to schedule a consultation.

What is medical malpractice?

Medical malpractice is an act, or failure to act, by a medical professional that deviates from accepted practice and results in personal injury or the wrongful death of a patient. It is a complex area of law involving birth injury, misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose, surgical injury, emergency room negligence, and nursing home abuse.

Medical malpractice occurs when a healthcare professional fails to do what a reasonably careful and similarly licensed professional would have done in the same situation.

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What does not qualify as medical malpractice?

Unsatisfactory results of medical procedure do not, in and of themselves, constitute medical malpractice. If a patient falls victim to a known risk associated with a procedure, he or she may not have a viable malpractice suit; however, physicians have an obligation to discuss such risks, as well as the relative chances of success or failure, prior to the procedure. Failure to do so is considered negligence.

To meet with experienced Louisiana medical malpractice lawyers, contact the attorneys at The Young Firm today. We will carefully evaluate your claim and help you obtain fair compensation for your injuries.

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Yes. Even signed consent forms do not fully release a physician from responsibility. If our Louisiana medical malpractice lawyers demonstrate that negligence or a deviation from standard medical practice occurred, you may still be eligible to receive compensation.

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What financial compensation may I recover if I sue?

Medical negligence victims are entitled to compensation for the hardships that result from their injuries. Our Louisiana medical malpractice attorneys may pursue:

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Contact Our Louisiana Medical Malpractice Attorneys

If you suspect that you or a loved one is a victim of medical malpractice, contact The Young Firm immediately. Our Louisiana medical malpractice lawyers can level the playing field and help you obtain compensation for your suffering. Victims who choose to “go it alone” often end up with significantly less compensation than they deserve. Our Louisiana medical malpractice attorneys have the knowledge and experience necessary to successfully litigate your claim. Schedule a consultation today.

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