Slow healing wounds

Sometimes when a patient has surgery they don’t recover as quickly as planned. Often times this is a result of slow healing wounds, which are commonly caused by infections. These slow healing wounds and infections are often the result of medical malpractice that occurred during or after surgery. They can be damaging to a patient, as they not only cause physical pain, but often times result in mental and emotional anguish as well. Patients who have experienced slow healing wounds and infections as a result of surgery and medical malpractice should be compensated.

Insurance companies will provide some compensation for individuals who have experienced slow healing wounds or infections. However, this compensation is often less than the total amount of a patient’s medical bills, thus patients often must also bear a financial burden along with their physical, mental, and emotional pain. This can leave the patient feeling frustrated and hopeless.

If insurance companies do recognize for patients with slow healing wounds or infections that medical mistakes were made, they may provide patients with a settlement. However, this settlement is almost always lower than what the patient actually deserves or is entitled to. Often times patients with slow healing wounds or infections will feel pressured to agree to a settlement with their insurance company for their medical problems. This is due to the fact that insurance companies know the settlement they have offered is lower than what the patient is entitled to. They know that if the patient seeks legal representation that has experience in dealing with insurance companies and medical malpractice cases, the amount offered in the settlement will increase significantly. This is why it is important for patients who have developed slow healing wounds or infections as a result of medical malpractice to contact a law firm specializing in these types of cases.

Our lawyers have many years of experience representing victims of slow healing wounds against hospitals, doctors, and insurance companies. We can examine and review your case in order to determine what you are entitled to, and put you on the right path towards the compensation you deserve.

We can ease the burdens you feel as a result of this unfortunate incident. Let us help you. Contact us today.

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If you have slow healing wounds or infections that developed as a result of medical malpractice during or after surgery, you should contact us today.