According to a report by the Office of Health and Human Services’ Office of the Inspector General:

  • All sampled hospitals in the United States used incident reporting systems to capture incidents of patient harm, with administrators heavily relying on these systems to identify problems.
  • Hospital incident reporting systems captured a mere 14% of events while hospital staff failed to report the vast majority (86%) of incidents.
  • Staff failing to realize that an event caused harm and that they need to complete a report accounted for 62% of all events.

Hospitals Can and Should be Held Liable When They Cause Patient Harm
Any time you or your loved one enters a hospital, you’re trusting that the people taking care of you—the nurses, technicians, physicians, and other service staff—are following best practices, keeping your health and safety first. But unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Mistakes and negligence happen and can lead to devastating consequences. Hospital procedures can be inadequate; a nurse can provide the wrong drug or wrong dosage, a surgeon can perform unnecessary surgery, or a physician can make an erroneous diagnosis. All of these are avoidable situations—and in situations like these, it’s important to hold the hospital liable for the mistakes of the people who work for them.

Get Everything You and Your Family Deserve
If you or your loved one suffered injury or death due to the negligence or ineptitude of a hospital employee, it’s important to choose the right attorneys who can represent your case and get you the justice that you deserve and full compensation under the law. Contact the experienced hospital malpractice lawyers and VSCP LAW. Our attorneys have experience securing multi-million dollar recoveries against negligent hospitals.

Going up against a hospital or hospital network can seem like an overwhelming task, which is why it’s so imperative that you feel confident that the attorney you choose is who is committed to you and your case. Choose the skilled hospital negligence attorneys at VSCP LAW. Unlike other hospital malpractice law firms, the senior partner you meet with will be the person who personally works on your case every day, never handing off important tasks to junior staffers. Get in touch with us today for a free consultation on your hospital malpractice case, and remember: our clients never pay a fee unless we’re able to recover monetary damages.