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Virginia Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Experienced Virginia Medical Malpractice Lawyer Fighting Aggressively for Justice for Injured Persons In Virginia Beach, Chesterfield County, Henrico County, and Throughout VA

Virginia Medical Malpractice Lawyer

We entrust our lives to doctors and other health professionals. We trust them to act in our best interests and provide the best standard of care. When healthcare professionals act recklessly or negligently, the results can be catastrophic. Injuries resulting from medical malpractice can be life-changing. Hiring a Virginia medical malpractice lawyer can help you hold those responsible for your injuries to account and recover financial compensation for your damages. 

Attorney Drew Page is committed to helping victims of medical malpractice start the healing process. He fights aggressively on behalf of victims in order to hold those responsible for their injuries to account. He will help you seek financial compensation for your damages. 

Contact Attorney Drew Page today to learn more about your legal rights and options and to find out how he can help you with your case. 

Types of Cases that Experienced Virginia Medical Malpractice Lawyer Drew Page Can Help You With 

Attorney Drew Page has extensive experience in representing victims of medical malpractice. He will fight to recover financial compensation and to hold the healthcare professionals responsible for your injuries accountable for their recklessness or negligence. He has successfully recovered compensation in a wide range of medical malpractice cases involving but not limited to: 

  • Birth Injury 
  • Spinal cord injuries 
  • Brain trauma 
  • Failure to diagnose 
  • Disfigurement 
  • Nursing home abuse 
  • Dangerous treatment practices 
  • Negligence in surgery 
  • Misdiagnosis 
  • Wrong prescriptions 
  • Premature discharge from hospital 
  • Delayed administration of treatments 
  • Diagnostic errors 
  • Failure to treat 
  • Anesthesia error 
  • Failure to obtain informed consent 
  • Failure to provide adequate instructions upon discharge 

Attorney Drew Page also represents families that have lost a loved one as a result of the negligent or reckless actions of a healthcare professional. He will walk with you through the trying process of filing a wrongful death lawsuit and recovering financial compensation for your loss. He will also work to hold those responsible for your loss to account. 

What it takes to build a Successful Medical Malpractice Claim 

Proving medical malpractice can be difficult. However, you can rely on the experience, skill, and knowledge of Attorney Drew Page to help you build a strong case. He will help you prove: 

Duty of care 

Health care professionals owe a duty of care to their patients. These professionals swear to abide by a widely accepted standard of medical care. Failure to meet this standard of care results in medical malpractice. 

Breach of the duty of care 

Proving medical malpractice means showing that the healthcare professional(s) did not meet their duty of care. This means that you must show that they were negligent or reckless in their actions or lack of action. There are some cases where this is easy to show e.g. when a surgeon operates on the wrong part of the body. However, there are instances when it can be difficult to prove malpractice. These instances call for extensive investigation in order to gather the evidence required. 

That your injury was a result of the health care provider’s actions or negligence

You must prove that your injuries were a result of the reckless or negligent actions or inaction of the healthcare provider. Without this evidence, you will not have a case. You may not be able to recover damages even if the doctor was negligent and caused you harm but you are unable to demonstrate this. 

That the actions (or lack thereof) of the healthcare provider were a breach of duty 

This can be difficult to prove. You must show that the injury was a direct result of the healthcare provider’s negligence and not a result of the medical risks that the treatment carries. You must also prove that the injuries were not a result of your condition worsening on its own.

Lawyer Drew Page will apply his knowledge, skills, and resources to gather evidence and build your case. 

Contact Us for Free Case Evaluation With an Experienced and Knowledgeable Virginia Medical Malpractice Lawyer 

If you or a loved one has been a victim of medical malpractice it is imperative that you get in touch with an experienced Virginia medical malpractice lawyer right away. Don’t put off pursuing justice for the damages or losses you have suffered at the hands of a medical professional you trusted with your health or that of your loved one. Contact us for a free strategy session with an experienced and knowledgeable attorney. Attorney Drew Page will review your case for free. He will help you determine whether you have a valid claim as well as the best way to pursue it. 

Contact us today to schedule your free strategy session. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Medical Malpractice Claims in Virginia 

Do I have a medical malpractice case?

If you or a loved one has been harmed as a result of the negligence of a medical professional you may have a valid medical malpractice case. If you want to know with certainty whether you have a valid medical malpractice case or not, consult with an experienced Virginia medical malpractice lawyer. Attorney Drew Page will assess your case and determine whether you have a valid claim or not. He will help you understand your legal rights and how to approach your claim for a favorable outcome.

Is there a time limit within which I can file a medical malpractice claim?

The statute of limitations in a majority of medical malpractice cases in Virginia is two years from the date of the injury. However, there are exceptions. For example, if the case involves a minor, the statute of limitations may be delayed until the minor is 18 years old. The statute of limitations may also be delayed if the injury was not discovered until a later date. 

It is important to consult with an experienced medical malpractice attorney as soon as you discover an injury. Your attorney will advise you on the best approach to filing your claim and recovering compensation for your injuries. 

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