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When you are injured it’s a stressful time, especially when the injuries are the result of another person’s negligence or actions. At Hughes and Coleman, our job is to help those who have been injured in Kentucky or Tennessee.
With more than a million people residing in the two states, residents of Kentucky and Tennessee are exposed to a multitude of potential accidents. Freeways, highways, and city streets pose a daily threat to residents. As the traffic grows so do the number of motor vehicle accidents.
The following is a list of practice areas in which the attorneys at Hughes and Coleman are experienced and proven. Click on an area to discover a wealth of information on each topic. If you have been affected by any of the following, contact Hughes and Coleman Injury Lawyers today for a free consultation.
Most people are unaware that if their condition was the result of negligence by a doctor, dentist, nurse, pharmacist, or other medical professionals, they may be entitled to compensation for those injuries.
A patient has the right to expect doctors and other medical professionals to stay current in their treatment knowledge, and to provide a reasonable standard of care. When a patient does not receive a reasonable standard of care, they may be entitled to compensation for the injuries that occur.
When medical negligence leads to an injury to the patient, or in the worst cases death, compensation may include a financial reward for pain and suffering, medical expenses, medications – prescription and OTC, loss of wages, loss of potential earning power, special care equipment, care and aid, travel expenses and other financial, emotional, and physical expenses.
Types of Medical Malpractice
Medical malpractice occurs more often than most patients realize and yet only a small percentage of affected patients pursue compensation. There are many different types of medical malpractice including Surgical errors, Misdiagnosis, Failure to diagnose, Delayed diagnosis, Anesthetic errors, Medication errors, Adverse reactions, Medical procedure errors and many more….
Talk to a Lawyer
If you believe you have been a victim of medical malpractice, or someone in your family has suffered a wrongful death, our experienced Kentucky, Tennessee and Southern Indiana personal injury attorneys at Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers can help. Let our experience in medical malpractice litigation ensure you receive the compensation you should. Use our Free Online Consulation Form to get started.