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Macon, Georgia, Emergency Room Errors Lawyer

Because medical malpractice cases involve complex medical information, many personal injury law firms refuse to handle them. In Georgia, even fewer law firms handle emergency room negligence cases because our state has laws that make these cases especially difficult.

Specifically, Georgia law demands that, in emergency room malpractice cases, plaintiffs prove not only that negligence/malpractice occurred but also that gross negligence occurred. Gross negligence means serious and perhaps wanton and even deliberate carelessness, which must be proved by clear and convincing evidence. This increased burden of proof makes the successful handling of emergency room negligence cases extremely difficult.

Macon ER Malpractice Attorney

Georgia emergency room errors attorney Tracey L. Dellacona, R.N., M.B.A., of Dellacona Law Firm has succeeded in recovering compensation for emergency room malpractice victims due to her extreme diligence in investigating quality of care and her training and experience as an emergency room and critical care nurse.

As an emergency room and critical care nurse, lawyer Dellacona can immediately identify possible instances of emergency room errors during clients' initial consultation. For instance, attorney Dellacona is familiar with the standards of care established for a broad range of symptoms and ailments that apply to emergency health care providers and can determine whether competent and timely care could have prevented serious injuries and wrongful death.

Were You Injured by an ER Doctor's Negligence? Call Today!

The compensation we have won for injured clients and their families has allowed them to improve their quality of life, obtain additional care, be compensated for pain and suffering, and hold those responsible accountable for their actions. For more information and to schedule a no-charge consultation, please contact us at 478-845-1802 or 877-308-4825.

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