What Victims of Porter Adventist Hospital's Sterilization Crisis Can Do
For many people currently unaware of the situation, going to a hospital doesn’t require a second thought. However, there are some individuals who have ran into issues involving contamination problems at Porter Adventist Hospital.
A number of individuals who had surgery in the orthopedic and back areas may have been vulnerable to infection as a result of unsterilized and contaminated surgical equipment. If you have been a victim, know that you have rights and options.
What Rights Do Victims of Medical Negligence Have?
The most important thing for individuals to understand is that they have specific rights designed to protect them when they encounter negligence on behalf of the medical professionals trusted to care for patients.
Patients have reasonable expectations to feel as though they can trust the doctor or other staff member designated to help them. When the duty of care is breached, legal action can be taken against the negligent party to seek compensation.
This could means taking action against the doctor, surgeon, other staff members, or the hospital as an organization. It’s a difficult thing to endure, but there are avenues that can be taken by victims to hold the responsibility individual or organization accountable for their actions and we’re here to help.
What Can Denver Trial Lawyers Do For You?
Our legal team at Denver Trial Lawyers is currently investigating claims against Porter Adventist Hospital due to allegations that they used contaminated surgical equipment on individuals who had orthopedic or back surgery.
This sterilization issue has left patients at risk of infection and exposure to serious illnesses such as HIV/AIDS and hepatitis.
We aim to help those at risk of infection in order to seek compensation for damages caused by the negligence or malpractice of a medical professional. If you or someone you love was harmed as a result of Porter Adventist Hospital’s contamination issue, we’re here and ready to help.
For a free evaluation of your potential case, contact us today at (303) 586-3638.