Each year an average of 195,000 people have died because their doctors either:

  1. Performed procedures or maneuvers they never agreed to.
  2. Assigned them inappropriate medicines for their conditions.
  3. Made significant miscalculations during a performance.
  4. Overlooked steps in procedures.
  5. Neglected to provide essential medicines to foster the healing process.

If you can convince a court beyond reasonable doubt that your doctor was careless and lazy in their handling of your treatment, you just might be awarded a good bundle of cash to keep you physically and economically secure in the aftermath of your horrible surprise situation.

In order for a physician to be considered guilty of reckless complications to a patient’s already-poor health, there must be certainty they defied or refused to carefully consider the industry standards for serving any patient in the same age range and with the same basic physical wiring as the victim.

There must be solid evidence that the plaintiff’s physician impulsively or deliberately attended to the patient in a way that was incompatible with their overall nature. Those two italicized adverbs are non-negotiable keywords, because there’s always a chance of at least a minor error might occur at any time, even with the most reliable doctors.