Emergency Room Negligence And Malpractice
When you reported to a Pennsylvania or New Jersey emergency room with complaints of pain or other symptoms of illness or injury, you had the right to expect quality care. When a hospital operates an emergency room, it assumes the responsibility to follow accepted standards of care.
Emergency rooms have certain legal requirements such as an obligation to treat anyone who comes in the door, regardless of ability to pay. Doctors and other health care professionals in an emergency room (ER) also have a professional obligation to properly prioritize, evaluate and respond to illnesses, health conditions and injuries that bring patients in.
Did ER personnel downplay your symptoms, give you a painkiller and send you home, where soon thereafter, you suffered a serious medical emergency such as a heart attack? Were you told that you apparently had indigestion or were hypochondriac — when you were urgently in need of corrective medical intervention?
ER Negligence and Malpractice Law Firm
For more than 20 years, Joseph M. Marrone, Jr. has been fighting for the rights of people who suffered because of others' negligence. Marrone Law Firm LLC in Philadelphia accepts inquiries from people who have suffered pain and loss because of what transpired in an emergency room:
- Failure to identify the most critical cases in a timely manner and prioritize accordingly
- Intubation errors
- Medication errors
- Failure to treat
- Other medical mistakes
Serving New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania — Contact Our Law Offices — Emergency Room Negligence Attorneys
Get answers and get help after an ER mistake has caused you harm or taken the life of your loved one. Contact Marrone Law Firm LLC to schedule a free initial consultation at our offices in New Jersey and Philadelphia.