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We trust doctors, surgeons and other medical professionals to make us better. That's why mistakes made by physicians and other health care providers can be so upsetting. We know because our medical malpractice lawyers have handled many cases like this throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut.

Instead of curing what brought us to the doctor's or the hospital, we end up being even more sick or injured. In certain extreme cases, mistakes made by medical professionals can result in death. Health care professionals who violate standard medical practices or act in a reckless or negligent manner can be held legally responsible for such injuries. Such cases also sometimes stem from a failure to use adequate levels of care, skill or diligence in how they follow through in their duties.

If you or a loved one has been harmed, you may be eligible to receive financial compensation for your medical malpractice case in the form of a settlement claim or medical malpractice lawsuit. Your family might need that money for medical bills, lost income and other expenses associated with your case. That's why you need to contact a medical malpractice lawyer at the Law Offices of Mark E. Salomone in Massachusetts or the Law Offices of Mark E. Salomone & Morelli in Connecticut.

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What are common medical malpractice cases?

There are many reasons why people turn to us after a serious medical injury in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Many of the most common types of medical malpractice cases we handle include:

We also work on wrongful death cases with families who have lost a loved one due to medical malpractice. Whatever type of medical malpractice case, no matter how difficult it might seem, contact us. We can help your family get your lives back on track.

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"Why do I need a medical malpractice lawyer for my case?"

You might think you don't need a medical malpractice attorney if a hospital or doctor did something to cause an injury to yourself or a loved one. But the reality is medical malpractice cases often turn out to be far more complicated than many people expect. These reasons include:

  • Medical professionals denying wrongdoing
  • Difficulty obtaining medical records
  • Medical records changed to conceal wrongdoing
  • Evidence destroyed by medical professionals
  • Medical professionals accusing you of causing injury after treatment

And even when medical professionals do cooperate, it's critical that you have an experienced medical malpractice attorney on your side with the knowledge and resources you need to build a strong legal case. We know how to find evidence and analyze documents. We regularly consult with medical experts and other specialists in their field. If necessary, we're also prepared to take your case to court.

Whatever the circumstances of your case, no matter how complicated or straightforward your claim or medical malpractice lawsuit might seem, contact our law firm immediately. Your case is about more than just money. It's about holding medical professionals accountable for their actions. It's about making sure similar mistakes never happen again. It's about justice.

Give your case an advantage - The Salomone Advantage. Call 1-800-WIN-WIN-1 and schedule your free case evaluation right now with a medical malpractice lawyer you can count on in a crisis. Our law firms have 18 offices conveniently located throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut. We can also meet with you in your hospital room or wherever's convenient for you. You decide.

LASIK Errors

Many people who undergo laser eye surgery do not experience any medical problems. But many people suffer from severe side effects and serious vision complications, many of them debilitating. Many things can go wrong during LASIK surgery, from malfunction of equipment to the surgeon failing to follow standard procedures. LASIK injuries include:

  • Loss of the corneal flap during the procedure
  • Loss of the corneal flap after the procedure
  • Slipping of the flap causing improper healing
  • Too deep or too shallow cuts in the flap
  • Surface tissue entering the cornea
  • Infection of the cornea
  • Loss of visual acuity

With the increasing number of LASIK-related errors, many wronged patients are turning to the courts for compensation. Many LASIK lawsuits have been filed, with many patients winning hundreds of thousands of dollars against negligent doctors and clinics.

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