Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice, simply put, occurs when a medical provider deviates from the standard of care. Medical providers are required to exercise reasonable care in accordance with the local standards of care for the profession involved. If a doctor, surgeon, hospital, or other medical provider acts, or fails to act, in a manner that deviates from the accepted standard of care, then that provider can be liable for an injured person’s damages. Though the majority of health care providers do good work, mistakes are sometimes made which could adversely affect a person, as well as their family and friends, for the rest of their lives. At Carabin & Shaw we represent individuals and their families for injuries and death. Contact us on cases involving:

  • Birth-related injuries
  • Brain injuries
  • Surgical errors
  • Misdiagnosis or late diagnosis
  • Failure to diagnose cancer
  • Obstetrical and gynecological malpractice
  • Patient neglect
  • Medication errors
  • Emergency room errors
  • Nursing home negligence, abuse, and neglect
If you have questions or concerns about medical negligence or malpractice, please contact the Law Office of Carabin & Shaw. We offer free initial consultations and work on a contingent fee basis, which means that there is never a fee unless we successfully resolve your case.

For immediate assistance, call us toll-free at 1-800-862-1260.

Each and everyday all of us entrust our health and lives to healthcare professionals. Unfortunately, not all health care providers are created equal.  Some times a healthcare provider or staff member of a healthcare facility can commit a negligent act that causes serious injury or even wrongful death.  If this happens call our Law Firm we can help.

Malpractice is the failure of a medical professional or a medical facility to meet the standard of good medical practice in areas in which the medical professional or medical facility specializes. A medical professional may be a doctor, a nurse, a medical technician, or other health care provider. A medical facility may be a hospital, nursing home, medical testing facility or clinic. If the medical attention fails to meet the standard of good medical practice and harm results to a patient, the medical professional or medical facility may be liable under malpractice laws for the resulting damages.

If you need our Law Firm on your side call us toll free at 1-800-862-1260.