Maryland Medical Malpractice Lawyer
If you have been injured while under the care of a healthcare provider, hospital or medical group you may be entitled to medical benefits and financial compensation. Maryland has very specific laws regarding medical malpractice and these laws are designed to protect patients from being injured due to medical negligence.
If you or a loved one has fallen victim to medical malpractice as a result of surgeon negligence and you are experiencing catastrophic repercussions, you must consult an experienced, knowledgeable lawyer who will aggressively fight for the compensation you deserve.
Maryland Personal Injury Attorney Tom Kemp has been practicing law for more than 30 years. He began his legal career in criminal law, where he part-prosecuted those accused of everything from DUI's to murder. This experience gave Mr. Kemp the wherewithal to aggressively pursue the best results possible for his clients throughout Maryland.
While assertively approaching his cases, Mr. Kemp is dedicated to keeping the lines of communication open with his clients. Your main focus should be on getting better while he actively pursues the compensation you need to get well and get back to living your life. If the surgical error resulted in the wrongful death of a loved one, attorney Kemp can help you recover the damages you deserve.
Types Of Medical Malpractice
Every area of medicine has the capacity to injure, and sometimes kill, a patient. These can include being worked on by EMT's, medication errors, surgical errors, anesthesia malpractice and failing to accurately diagnose a potentially life threatening illness.
Possible Benefits In Medical Negligence Cases
As with most injury cases the type of injury suffered, the amount of missed work time and the amount of pain and emotional suffering dictates what benefits you may be awarded. Common benefits are lost wage compensation, pain and suffering compensation, diminished quality of life compensation and benefits related to health and medical issues brought on by the injury or injuries. Death and funeral benefits may also be awarded if the malpractice caused the death of the patient.
Contact Kemp & Kemp For A Free Initial Consultation
The firm's Cecil County medical malpractice attorney offers home and hospital visits and evening and weekend appointments to those in need. His clients will only have to pay case investigation costs if a recovery is made. To learn more about how Kemp & Kemp can help, call 410-398-0910 or email the firm.