For over thirty years, our Kansas City medical malpractice law firm has been assisting individuals in recovering compensation for injuries they sustained as a result of the negligence of healthcare providers. Or in worse situations, our Overland Park medical malpractice lawyers have represented the survivors of loved ones who have died as a result of medical negligence. At our medical malpractice law firm, we believe the majority of doctors and nurses are dedicated, careful professionals who render good, competent medical care. Unfortunately, there are times where doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals make mistakes or otherwise fall below the required standard of care. These mistakes can often result in serious injury and sometimes death.
Medical care is complex and often involves many different specialists and other healthcare professionals. All too often, one or more of these individuals simply fails to perform his or her job properly. Other times, institutions, such as a hospital or clinic, fail to implement proper patient care procedures and can be held legally responsible.
If you, or someone in your family, has suffered an injury or had an illness which was made worse because of surgical errors, medication errors, obstetric complications or birth injuries, our medical malpractice expert can help you seek and obtain fair compensation. Please contact us and a Kansas City malpractice attorney will provide you with a free consultation to determine whether or not you or your loved one’s rights have been violated which has resulted in serious injury or death.
We have a registered nurse consultant on staff with extensive experience in clinical care, emergency medical care, orthopedic care and hospital administration. She is actively employed in a clinical setting and also assists our firm in making a determination whether or not the healthcare provider has fallen beneath the standard of care.
We handle all types of medical and dental negligence cases including but not limited to the following types of cases:
- Medical Malpractice
- Hospital Negligence
- Laparoscopic Surgery
- Birth Injuries
- Diagnostic Errors
- Medication Errors
- Treatment Errors
- Surgical Procedure Errors
- Anesthesia Complications
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Orthopedic Injuries
Please contact our office for a free consultation as soon as possible. We handle medical and dental negligence cases throughout Kansas and Missouri and are prepared to review your case and advise you whether or not you have a case with merit. We have numerous physicians and nurses with whom we have worked who will also assist us in reviewing your case. Be mindful that there is a very short statute of limitations and it is necessary that you not delay in contacting us.
DENTAL MALPRACTICE & NEGLIGENCE
Like any health care professional, dentists, oral surgeons and other dental specialists must provide a certain standard of care within their specialty. When this level of care is compromised, resulting in an injury, it sometimes gives rise to a dental malpractice or dental negligence case.
These types of injuries include, but aren’t limited to:
- Inferior alveolar nerve damage to lips, chin or jaw
- Permanent or temporary structural injuries to jaw, chin, lips, tongue which may include numbness or loss of taste sensation
- Improper removal of impacted wisdom teeth
- Sometimes, not often, injuries can result in death
Dental negligence or malpractice cases are expensive and challenging to take to trial. Our firm will consult with you to determine if your case involves a serious injury justifying a lawsuit. The law firm of John R. Campbell, Jr., L.L.C., has represented clients involved with lingual and inferior alveolar nerve injuries, antibiotic and pre-medication errors, and a variety of other injuries. If you or your loved one’s dental treatment has been sub-standard, we will, for NO FEE, review your case and pursue it if we find it has merit.
Like other medical malpractice cases, time is critical in dental cases. Contact our offices as soon as possible for a free consultation to discuss your case.