Medical Malpractice

clinical-negligenceSix states represented 51.4% of all medical malpractice payouts in the United Sates during 2011. New York had the highest total of medical malpractice payouts ($677,866,050) followed, in order, by Pennsylvania ($319,710,250), Illinois ($242,108,800), New Jersey ($221,170,750), Florida ($218,123,050), and California ($215,519,200). The states with the lowest total of medical malpractice payouts in 2011 were South Dakota ($3,033,750), Vermont ($3,938,250), Wyoming ($4,235,000), North Dakota ($4,852,500), and Alaska ($6,347,500).

TCB Law has represented individuals and their families in medical malpractice cases against physicians and hospitals who have misdiagnosed illnesses. We have won a case against a physician who has knicked a ureter during a routine laproscopic procedure; a man who went to the ER for knee pain and was overdosed with morphine, dying 24 hours later; a mother who took her daughter for a physical exam and the lab misreading a test and determining that the child had been sexually molested when she in fact had not been; we won against the lab that mixed up the results and hid the findings; a man who had a cut on his foot and went to a podiatrist who failed to notice an infection in the foot, resulting in an amputation of the leg from the knee down.

These are just a few of the examples of medical malpractice cases handled by TCB Law. If you or a loved one have been injured through the wrongful act of a physician, please call TCB Law.