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Vlazny v. Cavarrocci MD et al: One of the largest medical malpractice verdict in Pennsylvania history. This case involved an adult heart surgeon who operated on a baby who required a relatively simple heart surgery. Dr. Cavarrocci was unfamiliar with the tiny anatomy of a very small, premature neonate, and his lack of knowledge caused the baby to suffer severe brain damage and amputation of his arm.

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Decades of Hospital Malpractice Experience

Here at The Beasley Firm, our legal and medical professionals are very experienced with hospital negligence claims. For the past five and a half decades, our Philadelphia hospital malpractice lawyers have given patients a voice against hospital negligence and medical malpractice. Our success is built upon the work of our experienced team of attorneys, physicians, and registered nurses who have spent thousands of hours in hospitals caring for patients.

Our medical and legal knowledge is what gave us the edge to obtain some of the largest medical negligence verdicts, $100 million and $55 million, in Pennsylvania history, as well as selection among "The Best Law Firms" for medical malpractice. Our persistence and effective legal strategies have led to our clients being awarded over two billion dollars on their behalf.

Fight against hospital negligence with help from Philadelphia hospital negligence attorneys! Begin a free consultation by calling (215) 866-2424.

Definition of Hospital Malpractice

Malpractice is usually assumed to be on the part of a doctor, nurse, or other medical professional responsible for your care. What many don't realize is that the hospital itself can be held responsible for medical negligence or malpractice committed by its employees. If the hospital in question failed to follow protocol or ran a severely understaffed floor, it may be held accountable for your injuries.

Hospital Malpractice Comes In Many Forms

Cases of hospital malpractice vary in cause and type. Our team of Philadelphia hospital malpractice lawyers can thoroughly investigate the circumstances surrounding your injury to determine what parties can be held accountable for negligence or medical malpractice. Some common cases in which a hospital may be held responsible for malpractice include these:

  • Wrongful death
  • Wrong Site Surgeries
  • Improper Training of Staff
  • Inadequate Staff
  • Missed cancer diagnosis and treatment
  • Improper Use of Medical Equipment
  • Inexperienced Staff
  • Surgical Errors
  • Failure to Order Proper Tests
  • Medication Errors
  • Anesthesia Mistakes
  • Failure to Stabilize a Critical Patient
  • Retained Surgical Sponges and medical products
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Failure to Consult a Specialist

Any of these may contribute to the hospital's responsibility for your injury. Let our team of award-winning lawyers fight on your behalf for just compensation.

Our Legal Trailblazers Have Won Over $2 Billion Since 1958.

If you or a loved one have been a victim of hospital negligence or wrongful death, please contact one of our experienced Philadelphia hospital negligence attorneys. Our team is dedicated to your recovery and to the care of your loved ones as well during this difficult time. At The Beasley Firm, our dedication to justice, to case preparation, and to excellence has contributed to our success over the years. You can count on us to work tirelessly to give your case the advantage in court. We leave no stone unturned in our investigation of your case and keep you updated in case proceedings.

Don't hesitate to call (215) 866-2424. We operate on a contingency fee basis and offer free case evaluations with nationally-recognized lawyers.

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