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Miller Medical Malpractice Hospital Negligence

San Antonio Hospital Negligence Lawyer

Holding Hospitals Accountable for Medical Negligence in Texas

Hospitals are meant to be a place where the sick and injured go to get better. However, more and more often, we're finding that patients are being harmed or even killed due to the negligence of hospital staff. A recent Johns Hopkins study highlights a chilling statistic: over 400,000 people die each year as a result of medical errors, making it one of the leading causes of death in the United States. These numbers not only shed light on the severity of hospital negligence but also highlight the gravity of choosing a law firm that understands how to navigate these complex situations. 

At Miller Medical Malpractice, we bring an earnest and tenacious approach to being in your corner, fighting against hospital negligence and for the justice you deserve. We're here to champion your cause and hold the medical community accountable. If you or your loved ones have suffered due to hospital negligence in San Antonio, reach out to us. 

Call (210) 361-9796 or complete our form to book a free consultation.

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Signs of Hospital Negligence

Understanding the difference between an unexpected outcome and hospital negligence can be complicated. While not every bad medical result is because of negligence, patients have the right to know about their care. If there is no clear explanation or the hospital doesn't want to provide one, it might raise suspicions. It's important to know that hospital negligence means the healthcare professionals didn't meet the standard of care they should provide to their patients. 

Some common indicators of hospital negligence include:

  • Unexplained injuries or complications: If a new or unexpected injury occurs during or after hospital care without a clear explanation.
  • Deterioration without cause: A sudden decline in the patient's condition that cannot be connected to the known medical history or diagnosis.
  • Inconsistent or conflicting information: If the hospital staff provides varying explanations for an incident or treatment outcomes, this may signal a lack of coordination or errors.
  • Absence of consent: When a procedure is performed without the patient's informed consent, it constitutes a serious breach of patient rights.
  • Poor follow-up or aftercare: A lack of proper follow-up care can lead to complications and may reflect inadequate treatment protocols or negligence.
  • Deviations from standard protocols: A clear deviation from accepted medical standards and practices can point to negligence.
  • Lack of attention to patient concerns: When a patient's concerns are consistently dismissed or not adequately addressed by the hospital staff, this may indicate negligence.
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