Pittsburgh Nurse Malpractice Lawyers

Many patient care orders that are given by physicians are actually executed by a nurse. The nurse is the medical care provider who generally spends the most ongoing time with the patient. Whether he or she is checking vitals, monitoring daily medication or administering other medical care, the nurse has a lot of patient contact. Unfortunately, when a nurse fails to adhere to the required standards of care, serious injuries and even death can result.

At Savinis, Kane, & Gallucci, L.L.C., located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, our medical malpractice attorneys provide quality and effective injury representation to clients in Western Pennsylvania and throughout the nation. With our many years of experience and track record of bringing results to our clients, we can help you seek full and fair compensation for your nurse malpractice injury claim.

Talk to us today and schedule free consultation with one of our Pittsburgh nurse malpractice attorneys. We offer personal injury claims on a contingency-fee basis, which means you pay nothing until we obtain compensation for you. Contact us to tell us about your nurse-related injury case today.

Philadelphia Nurse Practitioner Malpractice Claims

While decisions of medical care ultimately are the responsibility of the physician in charge, nurses also play a huge role in this. They are there constantly to monitor patients and carry out many of these decisions. Nurses play a vital role in patient care and can also make a huge impact on the well-being of the patient when this care is substandard. Nurse malpractice is serious, and negligent care should be compensated for.

Types of nurse malpractice often involve:

  • Failure to properly monitor blood pressure, heart rate and other vital signs
  • Wrong dosage and other medication errors
  • Not following proper hospital protocol or chain of command
  • Failure to notify physician in a timely manner
  • Improperly communicating patient concerns to physician
  • Negligently reading doctor notes or orders
  • Mixing up patient charts or patient orders

Nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) are medical professionals who administer anesthesia. When the wrong dosage, wrong medication or wrong administration of the medication occurs, serious and often deadly consequences result. We also provide medical malpractice claims against CRNAs and other nurse professionals such as nurse practitioners.

Contact Experienced PA Attorneys at Savinis, Kane, & Gallucci, L.L.C.

Discover how our medical malpractice law firm can help you with your nurse malpractice case. Remember, you pay no attorney's fees unless we obtain compensation for you. Call 412-567-4931, toll free at 866-473-7545 or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation. Discuss your case with one of our Altoona, Pennsylvania, lawyers.