EXPERIENCED ATTORNEYS REPRESENTING
VICTIMS OF NURSING ERRORS
Nurses have an obligation and a duty to provide proper care and attention to their patients, and most meet that standard of care admirably. But when a nurse fails to meet the standard of care, serious injuries can follow. Patients who are injured due to nurse malpractice have legal rights, and an experienced attorney can help to protect those rights.
We would be honored to have a confidential, no-obligation conversation about your legal rights and options. Contact D’Amico & Pettinicchi, LLC today to schedule your free consultation.
WE REPRESENT VICTIMS OF NURSING NEGLIGENCE IN ANY MEDICAL SETTING
Our medical malpractice lawyers have an in-depth understanding of the laws governing nurses and nursing homes in the state of Connecticut. We hold nurses accountable for errors in patient assessment, medication administration errors, failure to appropriately supervise patients and other forms of malpractice.
Whether you or your loved one was in a hospital, a nursing home or any other medical setting, the nurses have a duty to you that they must uphold. If they fail in this duty, we will be there to protect your rights. If you were hurt in a hospital, we will investigate and look to hold all parties responsible who caused damage to you or your family. Doctors, nurses and the hospital could all be liable for your injuries.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM OUR NURSE MALPRACTICE ATTORNEYS
When you reach out to us in the wake of an injury or illness caused by potential negligence, we’ll listen to your story and seek to understand what happened to you. If we believe a preventable error may have occurred, we’ll launch a full investigation and retain experts if needed to determine whether you have cause for legal action. Throughout the process, we’ll keep you informed and give you room to focus on healing.
Our attorneys have extensive experience advocating for injured patients in negotiation and, when needed, at trial. We are often able to settle malpractice cases out of court, but we are always prepared to go before a judge and jury, including honing our strategies and arguments in our in-house courtroom.
It’s important to act quickly to protect your legal rights and options, before critical legal deadlines expire and evidence disappears. Contact us today to schedule your consultation with a nurse malpractice lawyer who understands it’s not just a case; it’s your life.