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Millions Recovered for Victims of Medical Negligence in Kentucky

The Louisville medical malpractice attorneys at our firm are here to help if you or someone you love suffered harm due to negligence on the part of a medical professional or facility. Although these cases are notoriously complicated and technical, our attorneys have over 51 years of combined legal experience, with a number of years handling medical malpractice cases.

In fact, Attorney Paul A. Casi, II is frequently invited by his peers to lecture at seminars and conferences related to medical negligence and medical malpractice. His knowledge in this field is widely recognized and respected by his peers and opponents alike.

Why Hire Our Firm for Your Medical Malpractice Case?

Mr. Paul A. Casi, II has been awarded membership in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum®. Members must have recovered multimillion-dollar settlements and verdicts in order to join. Attorneys in the U.S. make up less than 1% of the membership.

A variety of other honors have been bestowed on Paul A. Casi, II, including:

  • Listed in Best Lawyers in America from 2010-2021
  • Selected to the Kentucky Super Lawyers list from 2008-2021
  • Listed in Louisville’s Top Lawyers in Louisville Magazine
  • Leadership positions in the American Association for Justice

What Makes Us Different?

    • 51+ Years of Combined Experience
    • Award-Winning Representation
    • Free Consultations
    • Millions Recovered

    Discuss your claim with a knowledgeable Louisville medical malpractice attorney!
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    What Is Medical Malpractice?

    Whether you need emergency medical treatment or are seeing your doctor for a routine check-up, you deserve to receive standard care. We place our trust in medical professionals and facilities to take the appropriate steps to properly diagnose and treat the many varied illnesses and injuries we may encounter in our lives. When these people and facilities are negligent or commit wrongful acts, we can suffer life-changing consequences.

    Medical malpractice may be defined as a medical professional or facility’s failure to provide proper care, based upon accepted standards when this failure causes injury to a patient. There are many different types of medical malpractice, and it can affect a patient of any age or health.

    Common Types of Medical Malpractice

    Medical malpractice can occur anywhere a healthcare professional has a duty to provide appropriate treatment to a patient. However, there are forms of medical malpractice that are more common than others.

    Misdiagnosis & Failure to Diagnose

    Unfortunately, doctors who give an incorrect diagnosis or fail to provide the correct diagnosis within a timely manner are all too common in the healthcare industry.

    • Misdiagnosis can cause a patient to undergo unnecessary treatment or take medication with adverse side effects.
    • A delayed diagnosis can prevent the patient from receiving much needed treatment that may be the difference between life and death.

    Conditions that are most affected by a diagnostic error include:

    • Cancer
    • Heart attack
    • Stroke

    Surgical Errors

    Surgery is a high-pressure environment that requires doctors and nurses to be at the top of their game. If a surgeon, anesthesiologist, or other member of the O.R. makes a mistake, it can cause the patient to suffer severe or fatal injuries.

    Some examples of surgical malpractice include:

    • Operating on the wrong body party
    • Administering the incorrect dosage of anesthesia
    • Undertaking a procedure that the patient was not informed of or did not agree to
    • Operating while under the influence of drugs or alcohol

    Medication Errors

    When hospitals are understaffed or employ undertrained workers, they are prone to making medication mistakes. These mistakes can include administering the completely wrong medication to a patient, giving the patient the wrong dosage of a prescribed medication, or administering a medication that the patient's chart says they are allergic to.

    Birth Injuries

    Obstetricians have a responsibility to ensure that both mother and baby receive appropriate medical care during pregnancy, labor, and delivery. While some birth injuries are completely unpreventable, there are many circumstances that doctors and nurses are trained to respond to, including:

    Not responding to or failing to provide the appropriate treatment for any of these conditions can be a form of medical malpractice.

    If you or a loved one suffer any of these types of medical malpractice or another type of medical mistake, reach out to our law firm immediately! A skilled medical malpractice attorney in Louisville is ready to discuss the details of your case and guide you to a satisfactory resolution. Call (502) 234-7451 today.

    Medical Malpractice FAQs

    What is the Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations in Kentucky?

    In the state of Kentucky, you have one year from the date in question to bring your medical malpractice claim to court. If you fail to do so within this one year time frame than you will lose your right to bring this to court. That is why you should contact our medical malpractice lawyers today!

    What Types of Damages Can I Get from a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?

    Victims of medical malpractice may be facing a lifetime of medical treatment and rehabilitation costs, not to mention the loss of income from being unable to work. If you've been wrongly injured by the negligence of a doctor, nurse, or other healthcare professional, you deserve to receive just compensation.

    By filing a medical malpractice lawsuit, you can recover compensation for the following types of damages, and more:

    • Hospital bills and medical treatment costs
    • Lost wages/lost time at work.
    • Loss of future earning potential, if you are unable to return to work.
    • Loss of quality of life for serious, debilitating injuries.
    • Pain and suffering

    Every medical malpractice case is different. You need to have an experienced Louisville medical malpractice attorney examine the details of your case to determine how much compensation you can recover.

    Does Kentucky Have Medical Malpractice Damage Caps?

    Many states put limits on the amount of non-economic damages you can recover in medical malpractices, i.e., pain and suffering, however, Kentucky is one of the few states that does not have damage caps.

    What is a Certificate of Merit?

    Kentucky requires all plaintiffs in medical malpractice cases to have their case reviewed by an expert in order to demonstrates the validity of their claim. This evidence is refered to as a certificate of merit.

    When Can You Sue a Hospital for Malpractice?

    In the event that a doctor or hospital staff member makes a medical error, the hospital is still liable, and the patient can sue. This is known as hospital negligence. Low or insufficient staff for treating patients is direct hospital negligence.

    Get Started on Your Case Today

    Take this opportunity to find out what can be done to expose malpractice and hold the negligent doctor, surgeon, nurse, hospital, or medical facility accountable. Our experienced attorneys are ready to act on your behalf! Don't wait to get help, call our firm today at (502) 234-7451.


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