Medical Malpractice and Negligent Care Claims

Medical Negligence is estimated to cause nearly one hundred thousand Americans to die every year. The Institute for Healthcare Improvement estimates that there are 15 million incidents of medical harm inflicted each year. Wrong limbs are removed, tests that prove serious illness are ignored, injury or death is sustained at birth, or patients die from negligence in nursing homes or care facilities. Countless other patients sustain serious personal injury as a result of mistakes that occur during surgery, from a wrong or missed diagnosis, from a prescription drug or medication error, or bed sores/decubitis ulcers caused by just plain inattentiveness in failing to follow the hospital’s or nursing home’s own skin care protocol.


Instead of admitting accountability, some medical professionals, hospitals and nursing homes ignore the harm they have caused.  Insurance companies defend them. Peter M. Commette, P.A. has many years of experience in cases involving medical malpractice. Call now for your FREE consultation to find out if you have a good case.

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Lisa (last name withheld because of confidential settlement)