The Berry Law Group, LLC

Georgia Nursing Malpractice Lawyer

Personal Injury Attorney

Doctors are not the only ones who can be charged with medical malpractice.  If you or a loved one have been injured by the negligent conduct of a nurse, you may have a medical malpractice claim. Nurses can also commit medical malpractice when they do not perform their medical duties properly or are negligent in caring for their patients. If your believe that you or a loved one have been injured due to nursing malpractice, you should speak to a Personal Injury Lawyer right away.

Georgia Nursing Malpractice Lawyer

Medication Errors

One of the most common tasks for nurses to perform is the administration of medications. If a nurse does not follow the doctor's orders and the patient is injured as a result, they could be guilty of malpractice.  This could include an error in the type of medication given, the dosage, or how the medication is administered.  Nurses are trusted to administer medications correctly and to look for side effects. If a nurse's negligence causes injury, you could be entitled to compensation.

Injury to a Patient

A nurse can commit malpractice if he/she injures a patient with medical equipment. This means that if a nurse uses medical equipment improperly or knocks equipment onto a patient and the patient is injured, this is considered nursing negligence. This also includes errors such as burning the patient with a piece of equipment or leaving something (i.e. a sponge) inside a patient after surgery. If you are injured in any way due to a nurse's actions, call The Berry Law Group right away and we'll listen to your case and help you decide if you should pursue legal action. 

Negligence in Assessing a Patient's Condition

If a patient has a medical emergency, a nurse is expected to provide assistance immediately.  If the nurse is negligent in taking appropriate action, he/she may be held responsible. This could include immediately notifying the doctor or administering medication. Nurses are also responsible for monitoring patients' condition. If a nurse notices a change in medical condition, he/she is expected to act quickly.  Failure to do so may lead to a malpractice claim.


Contact a Nursing Malpractice Attorney

If you or a family member have suffered an injury due to nursing malpractice, you should call the professionals at The Berry Law Group at once. Litigation surrounding a nursing malpractice claim is often complex and confusing.  You may need professional medical opinions and testimony. It is crucial to get the best malpractice attorney in Georgia, so call The Berry Law Group.  Our lawyers posses exceptional skill and experience in the legal field. We are here and ready to provide you with legal representation in your nursing malpractice claim.


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