It can be difficult for ordinary people to understand where a doctor’s responsibility ends and a hospital’s responsibility begins. Some aspects of health care occurring in hospitals fall under the umbrella of an outside entity such as a doctors’ cooperative. Other operations are purely the hospital’s responsibility. If you suffered harm or if a loved one died unexplainably while in a hospital in Kentucky, T.J. Smith, Attorney at Law, can help you get to the bottom of who should compensate you.
In Many Cases, Both A Hospital And A Doctor Are Responsible When Something Goes Wrong In Inpatient Care
A hospital is responsible for hiring staff, keeping facilities clean and sanitary, informing patients of their rights and other general aspects of health care inside the facility. A hospital is also typically responsible for the medical care that doctors deliver inside the hospital. If you were harmed because of an anesthesiologist’s error, both the hospital and the anesthesiologist may be liable for damages.
T.J. Smith, Attorney at Law, has helped many clients recover compensation from hospitals and other health care entities when
medical treatments or care of patients went wrong. We can find out what happened, track down the responsible parties and prepare compelling arguments in your favor. We will then be ready to present these arguments to the appropriate insurers or in a courtroom. Our goal in all hospital negligence cases is to help our clients recover financial resources to cover all their losses.
Was Hospital Negligence To Blame For A Preventable Illness, Injury Or Death? Contact A Medical Malpractice Lawyer
Insurance issues can quickly become complex when hospital negligence was the underlying cause of a poor surgical outcome or a birth injury. Get an experienced lawyer on your side sooner rather than later. Contact T.J. Smith, Attorney at Law, at 502-589-2560 (Louisville) or 502-589-2560 (Central Kentucky). We also answer