Philadelphia Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Millions of Dollars Recovered for Wrongfully Injured Victims
Medical professionals are held to a high standard of care. Sadly, the reality
is that many doctors, nurses, and other healthcare providers fall short
of these expectations, and their negligence injures the very patients
they have a duty to protect. Nearly 200,000 people die each year due to
preventable medical errors.
Why Clients Choose Golomb & Honik, P.C.
- Proven track record of success
- We offer free, no-obligation consultations
- Award-winning representation
- 30+ years of legal experience
This makes medical negligence the third leading cause of death in the United
States. At Golomb & Honik, P.C., we have
recovered millions of dollars for our clients. We have decades of experience representing medical malpractice victims
in challenging hospitals, surgeons, nursing homes, and other healthcare
Have you been injured due to a health care provider’s negligence? Call us for a
free case evaluation.
Types of Medical Malpractice Cases We Handle
Medical malpractice can occur in any setting where a healthcare service
is provided, from a doctor's office or hospital to a pharmacy. An
equally broad range of negligent acts may constitute medical malpractice,
from anesthesia errors to prescription drug mistakes. At
Golomb & Honik, P.C., our Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers have an extensive background
in this particular field, handling all types of complex matters.
Our firm is experienced in handling medical malpractice cases that involve:
Establishing Liability in a Medical Malpractice Case
Not all errors that occur in hospital or clinical settings constitute medical
malpractice. In order to prove that medical malpractice occurred, your
attorney must establish three important facts:
- Your doctor had a duty to provide an appropriate standard of care
- Your healthcare provider breached that duty of care
- You sustained an injury or losses as a result of that breach
If you believe you or a family member were harmed as a result of a healthcare
provider's negligence, a knowledgeable medical malpractice attorney
can advise you on how to best proceed.
Common Examples of Medical Negligence
- Administering too much anesthesia
- Improperly restraining a patient
- Performing the wrong surgery
- Administering the wrong medication
- Failing to order necessary tests
- Failure to monitor patient properly
- Ordering an unnecessary surgery
- Failure to diagnose a serious illness
- Mishandling a child during birth
- Prematurely discharging a patient
Legal Assistance for Victims of Medical Negligence
Medical malpractice cases can be especially complex, and because they are
bound by varying statutes of limitations based on circumstances surrounding
the negligence and the resulting harm, it is advisable to consult with
an experienced malpractice attorneys in Philadelphia as soon as possible.
At Golomb & Honik, P.C., our medical malpractice lawyers can
assess your situation to determine if you have a viable case.
If so, we will work with you and begin gathering information to support
your claim. We have the know-how and resources to thoroughly investigate
your claim, compile relevant medical records, and collaborate with the
appropriate medical and technical experts to demonstrate that your injury
was caused by a deviation from the accepted standards of care. Call now
to find out how we can put decades of experience to work for you.
For more information about medical malpractice, see our
Frequently Asked Questions.
Speak with a Medical Malpractice Lawyer in Philadelphia
If you or someone you love has suffered harm, or someone you love has died
due to medical malpractice or negligence, it is important to speak to
an experienced medical malpractice attorney immediately. Negligent doctors,
nurses, and healthcare professionals must be held accountable for their
To learn more about your legal options,
contact our firm as soon as possible. Our malpractice lawyers in Philadelphia have successfully
represented individuals in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and
throughout the U.S.