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Hospital Errors and Infections Lawyers in Pittsburgh, PA

PA Medical Malpractice Attorneys Represent Hospital Errors and Infections Victims in Pittsburgh and Throughout Western Pennsylvania

There are approximately 100,000 deaths every year due to hospital infections, and when these types of errors occur, the damage can be devastating to you or a loved one. Hospitals are meant to be clean and offer patients a clean environment for treatment. Patients in hospitals can be particularly vulnerable because they are already not well and that’s why they are in the hospital to begin with. If the hospital is not properly clean or the tools being used on their patients are sterile, then that can have devastating effects on their patients. Even though not all hospital infections or errors can lead to medical malpractice, it’s important to consult an experienced attorney in these cases to determine the validity of your claim. If you or a loved one has suffered a hospital error or infection that has led to injuries, then you could be entitled to compensation. The Pittsburgh hospital errors and infections lawyers at Berger & Lagnese do all they can to get you and your family the compensation you deserve. Berger & Lagnese have years of experience litigating medical malpractice claims like hospital errors and infections cases, and we are committed to giving you the representation you deserve.

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Common Ways for Hospital Errors and Infections To Occur in the Pittsburgh and Western PA Area

Infections can spread in a variety of ways throughout a hospital, but recognizing the most common infections is very important to litigating a medical malpractice case. For instance, some hospital employees may not wash their hands properly, and it leads to pathogens that cause you to get sick even further. Here are some common infections that can occur and be very damaging to you or a loved one:

  • Staph
  • E. coli
  • Salmonella
  • Nosocomial
  • Clostridium difficile (C. diff.)
  • Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
  • Klebsiella
  • Enterococcus

These are just some of the most common hospital infections, but there are others that can occur. If you have been infected by any of these bacteria or any other bacteria while being treated in a hospital, you may be entitled to compensation from the hospital. A medical malpractice attorney can go a long way to helping you get some relief. These types of infections can be devastating for you and your family, and can even lead to death. It is vital to consult experienced attorneys like the attorneys at Berger & Lagnese. We have been practicing for years in medical malpractice and will work diligently and thoroughly to provide you and your family the representation you deserve. Contact the Pittsburgh office of Berger & Lagnese to set up a consultation today, so we can evaluate your claim.

Contact the Pittsburgh Medical Malpractice Attorneys of Berger & Lagnese Today for Help with Your Health Errors and Infections Claim

Berger & Lagnese has been handling medical malpractice cases for years, and we have the skill to provide you the best representation for you and your family. Our experienced lawyers will work hard to secure maximum compensation for you, and we have years of experience in investigating these claims. Health error and infection cases are very sensitive because often these types of injuries are fatal and/or permanent. Berger & Lagnese will investigate your malpractice claim at every possible corner to help you achieve the best outcome. Our offices are located at 310 Grant Street, Suite 720, Pittsburgh, PA 15219. You can call us at (412) 471-4300 or email us.

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