Doctors and medical professionals are people that society places a great deal of trust in. When these professionals make a mistake or act negligently it can cause a great deal of pain and suffering for the patient. Due to the nature of their work of prescribing the correct dosage and type of medicine, diagnosing possible illnesses or ailments, and more, they should be held to a high standard. If you have suffered from a critical error from a doctor or medical professional, contact a medical malpractice lawyer in Memphis, TN from Darrell Castle & Associates, PLLC. Our lawyers can help you out with your case and possible lawsuit against those who have left you in this unfortunate situation. Contact us today to get your case started.

What Is Considered Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice covers many different scenarios and different types of issues. They can quickly turn from a mild problem to a significant problem depending on the details of the mishap. Doctors and medical professionals are indeed human after all, meaning that they are prone to the same mistakes as anyone else. The unfortunate thing is that a mistake from these types of professionals can cause a great deal of pain and suffering at times. Some of the different occurrences that may be labeled as medical malpractice are as follows:

  • Anesthesia Related Mishaps
  • Failing to Diagnose a Disease Properly
  • Accident During Surgery
  • Improper Treatment 
  • Wrongful Death
  • Prescribing Incorrect Prescriptions(dosages, types)

Your medical practice lawyer in Memphis, TN can assist you with your case and inform you of your options and strategy going forward. Contact us today to get your case started and to hold those accountable for their incorrect and negligent actions.

Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice

In the State of Tennessee, the statute of limitations for a medical malpractice lawsuit is one year. More specifically, this means that a lawsuit or case must be submitted within 1 year from when the medical malpractice occurred. To provide more details, a case could be submitted beyond this statute if the medical malpractice in question is found at a later time. The timeline would then start from that actual day that it was discovered and expire 1 year later. If you have fallen victim to medical malpractice, then don’t hesitate to get your case started sooner than later. The different issues that could come up in these cases, the amount of paperwork, and other nuances are all things to consider if you are in the process of bringing up your case. Our lawyers can assist with all of these different details and get your case submitted successfully and on time.

Experienced Legal Counsel Can Assist

Waiting too long to submit your case could mean that the statute of limitations will expire leaving you with possibly no case or a very hard time trying to submit it. Contact a skilled Memphis, TN medical malpractice lawyer from Darrell Castle & Associates, PLLC to get your case established and submitted. Our lawyers have the experience and skills to get you the results that you desire. Contact us today.