A patient sat anxiously in their primary care doctor’s office waiting to talk about their recent medical procedures.
The patient had suffered an injury stemming from their surgery.
However, because the doctor doing the surgery had said that the “complications” which occurred were a “risk of the procedure,” the patient did not think any more of the issue.
As the patient begin to talk more in depth with the primary care doctor, who by the way had originally sent the patient out for more medical opinions, the patient begin to suspect that things were not what they had originally seemed.
See, the primary care doctor had requested the patient’s records from the medical procedure and begin to voice concerns to the patient about the medical treatment given.
The point of this article and video is that even though your doctor may have told you that he or she did the best that they could for you, their actions still be have fell below the standard of care owed to you.
This is why it is important to pay attention to the possible red flags in your care, voiced to you by other medical professionals.
If you think that your medical injury may have been due to the fact that your doctors did not give you good and accepted medical care, this is what we advise you to do if your matter happened in Maryland.
Pick up the phone and give us a call.
We can be reached at 301-850-4832.
We answer questions like yours all the time regarding Maryland medical malpractice law and we would be glad to listen to your story.