MALASANITY

MALASANITY

You have you ever suffered harm as a result of a wrong medical manoeuvre or received an incorrect or delayed diagnosis, which led to consequences that harmed you personally?

For example: Detecting a tumour two or three months earlier can largely change the effectiveness of treatment. If the delay is more than six months, it can radically change expectations of recovery. 

In Italy, most cases of malpractice are cases of delayed diagnosis. This damage entitles the relatives of the affected person to compensation.

 

Essebi RisarcimentiThanks to a team of experts and the experience gained over the years, it is also responsible for enforcing your right as a citizen to be protected and compensated in cases of medical liability and malpractice and, as in the case of road and sports accidents, there will be the possibility of advancing all expenses up to the compensation of damages.

 

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When you are a victim of a diagnostic error in the medical field, it is crucial to be informed about how to deal with the situation. In Italy, several circumstances can set up a context in which to seek compensation:

1. Misdiagnosis or Delayed Diagnosis: a misdiagnosed or delayed medical diagnosis can indeed have serious consequences for the patient's health.

2. Failure to Identify Important Conditions: failure to identify significant medical conditions can lead to delays in appropriate treatment causing avoidable harm to the patient.

3. Error in Diagnostic Procedures: errors during diagnostic procedures, such as blood tests or medical imaging, can lead to inaccurate diagnoses with harmful causes for the patient.

A professional in the field, supported by a team of experienced medical and expert witnesses, can carefully assess your situation and provide clear guidance on your options for obtaining justice and compensation.

Surgical errors can occur in several forms, including:

1. Erroneous or Incomplete Procedure: if a surgical procedure is not performed correctly or an essential part is overlooked, such as incorrect removal of an organ or injury to surrounding organs.

2. Defective or Missing Instrumentation: damage caused by defective or missing surgical instrumentation during the operation.

3. Error in Preoperative Diagnosis: if the surgical error is the result of incorrect or incomplete diagnosis before surgery.

4. Avoidable complications: situations in which complications during or after the operation could have been avoided with proper care.

Dealing with a surgical error requires a thorough understanding of the situation and a detailed assessment. Skilled professionals will work closely with medical experts to carefully examine the circumstances of the error, fully understand the impact on the patient's health, and quantify the damage incurred.

This process not only establishes the basis for a claim, but also ensures that every aspect of the case is considered with the utmost precision.
By relying on a competent and specialized team, you can approach the situation with the confidence that you will get comprehensive support in seeking the justice and compensation you deserve.

Thewrong prescription or administration of medication can have serious consequences for an individual's health, requiring careful evaluation of options for appropriate compensation. This type of situation can manifest itself in various forms, such as:

1. Incorrect or Inappropriate Prescription: When a drug is prescribed in the wrong dose or inappropriately to the patient's needs.

2. Adverse Reactions from Drug Interactions: harm caused by harmful interactions between concurrently prescribed drugs.

3. Lack of Risk Information: Situations in which the patient has not been adequately informed about the potential risks associated with the prescribed drug.

4. Improper Administration: Mistakes in the administration of the drug, such as incorrect doses or incorrect ways of taking it.

In cases of injury caused by incorrect prescription or administration of drugs, seeking compensation must involve a detailed assessment of the situation by experienced legal professionals. Addressing this situation requires a thorough legal and medical strategy. These professionals, in collaboration with medical experts, will carefully examine the circumstances of the error, assess the impact on the patient's health, and work to accurately quantify the damages suffered.

Negligence in care during childbirth is a sensitive issue that can have significant impacts on the health of the mother and the newborn, requiring careful consideration of the options available to obtain the right compensation.
This type of situation can occur in various forms, including:

1. Inadequate Monitoring during Labor: failure to adequately monitor the vital signs of the mother and fetus during labor.

2. Error in Complication Management: situations in which the response to complications during delivery was inadequate or delayed.

3 Lack of Communication among Health Personnel: errors resulting from lack of effective communication among the medical team members involved.

4. Failure to Comply with Safety Regulations: When standard safety procedures during delivery have not been followed properly.

In cases of negligent care during childbirth, the search for compensation must involve a thorough assessment by trained legal professionals in collaboration with medical experts. These professionals will carefully examine the circumstances of the error, assess the impact on the health of the mother and newborn, and work to accurately quantify the damages suffered.

The outbreak of hospital infections can have serious consequences on patients' health, prompting the search for appropriate compensation. This phenomenon can manifest itself through different scenarios, such as:

1. Failure to Adopt Adequate Hygiene Procedures: Situations in which the hospital does not adopt adequate hygiene and infection control measures, promoting the spread of pathogens.

- Errors in Sterilization of Medical Instruments: When surgical instruments or medical devices are not properly sterilized, creating an environment conducive to infection.

2. Inadequate Maintenance of Facilities: Maintenance problems that can create conditions conducive to the proliferation of bacteria and pathogens.

3. Failure to Follow Antibiotic Procedures: Inadequate or excessive use of antibiotics may contribute to the development of resistant bacterial strains.

Seeking compensation for hospital infections requires a thorough evaluation by trained legal professionals in collaboration with medical experts. These professionals will carefully examine the circumstances that led to the infection, assess the impact on the patient's health, and work to accurately quantify the damages suffered.

Dealing with a hospital infection situation requires a thorough legal and medical strategy.

The absence of informed consent from the physician is a serious matter that can lead to seeking appropriate compensation.
This situation can occur in a variety of contexts, including:

1. Lack of Detailed Information: Situations in which physicians do not provide detailed information about the risks, benefits, and alternatives available for a medical treatment.

2. Lack of Patient Understanding: When the physician fails to verify or ensure that the patient has fully understood the information provided before giving consent.

3. Procedure Performed Without Consent: Situations in which the physician performs a procedure or intervention without the patient's explicit consent or in his or her absence.

4. Violation of Privacy and Patient Autonomy: Actions that violate a patient's privacy or decision-making autonomy, such as unauthorized disclosure of personal medical information.

Seeking compensation in situations of lack of informed consent requires a thorough evaluation by trained legal professionals, possibly in collaboration with medical experts. These professionals will carefully examine the circumstances that led to the lack of consent, assess the impact on the patient's health, and work to accurately quantify the damages suffered.

Dealing with a situation of lack of informed consent requires a precise legal and medical strategy. If you find yourself in this condition, contact us for a dedicated consultation and

to explore your options for fair and adequate compensation. Your well-being and decision-making autonomy are paramount, and we are here to provide the support you need all along the way.