Medical malpractice results in injury or death from the failure or lack of providing proper professional medical, dental, or other health care services by a health care provider. Bringing a medical malpractice claim in North Carolina is extremely challenging. Selecting a law firm like ours, with a depth of experience in successfully trying medical malpractice cases, is absolutely critical.
Technically speaking, under North Carolina state law, the defendant in a Medical Malpractice case cannot be held liable unless it’s proven that the care the defendant provided was not in accordance with the standards of practice among members of the same health care profession with similar training and experience. The Law Offices of William K. Goldfarb is not afraid to tackle difficult medical malpractice cases, and try them in court. We have a local and national network of expert witnesses who can provide credible and effective testimony on behalf of our clients.
A Wilkes County resident was undergoing a routine procedure for reoccurring polyps in her bladder after suffering from cancer. During the surgery, a medical provider accidentally flushed her bladder with scolding hot liquid saline, which caused third degree burns inside of her bladder. As a result of the medical provider’s careless act, the woman was forced to endure excruciating pain and additional surgeries to remove her bladder completely, changing her life forever. Sadly, she will have to live with a urostomy bag for the rest of her life.
This case was settled prior to filing a lawsuit for a confidential amount.
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