Medical Malpractice in Oklahoma Hospitals
When avoidable mistakes are made by doctors, nurses and other medical personnel in Oklahoma hospitals, some of those mistakes are the result of hospital negligence. Hospital policies, insufficient supervision and poor training of personnel are common reasons why accidents occur. Unfortunately, these accidents can leave victims with lasting or fatally injuries.
The hospital liability attorneys at the law firm of Brewster & De Angelis, P.L.L.C., believe that holding hospitals accountable for episodes of malpractice is important for victims and for future patients. By pursuing the maximum compensation for our clients, we can secure access for you to the medical assistance you will require to recover, while motivating hospitals to change their policies in order to increase patient safety.
At Brewster & De Angelis, we have the resources to handle your hospital liability claim. Contact us to learn more about your options at our Tulsa, Oklahoma, law firm by calling toll free at 888-398-5628.
Common Examples of Hospital Liability Malpractice
At Brewster & De Angelis, our lawyers represent the victims of medical malpractice involving hospital liability and work hard to protect the rights of our clients. We have handled a wide range of cases, including:
- Surgical errors
- Medication errors
- Anesthesia mistakes
- Insufficient medical records
- Birth injuries
- Emergency room malpractice
With more than a quarter century of experience, and with an experienced team of medical experts, our firm is able to properly investigate and build meritorious cases in Oklahoma. We are seasoned litigators who are not afraid to stand by our clients inside of the courtroom if we cannot reach a reasonable settlement out of court.
Contact Our Firm for More Information
Learn more about hospital liability and medical malpractice in the state of Oklahoma. Schedule an initial consultation with Brewster & De Angelis to discuss your injuries with a lawyer. Call our Tulsa office toll free at 888-398-5628 to make an appointment. Talk with a legal advocate who will stand by your side during all phases of the legal process.