Baltimore, MD -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/01/2018 -- Gershon, Willoughby & Getz, LLC, Maryland's leading birth injury attorneys, are now booking consultations for victims who have experienced delayed emergency room treatment that has resulted in severe injury or death. Shocking statistics have shown that 25% of patients that enter an emergency room are not seen in a safe time frame. Sometimes this unreasonable delay can lead to serious harm and a medical malpractice lawsuit.
The law firm of Gershon, Willoughby & Getz, LLC is uniquely qualified to investigate and pursue medical negligence claims, as they are both trained doctors and attorneys. If it is determined that a delay in treatment was unreasonable and the medical facility had deviated from the "standard of care," Gershon, Willoughby & Getz, LLC will then start to work diligently building a case to prove that earlier treatment would have made a significant difference in the patient's health.
There are some conditions that stand out above others as extremely urgent, where medical attention should be given as soon as possible. Those conditions include chest pains, appendicitis, stroke symptoms, spinal cord injuries, hemorrhaging, and a patient with signs of vascular compromise. Failure to treat these medical issues in a timely matter will often result in a potential medical malpractice suit.
Those who think they have a medical negligence claim on their hands due to waiting an unreasonable time in an ER waiting room can contact the leading birth defects attorneys at Gershon, Willoughby & Getz, LLC now for compassionate representation and legal guidance.
To schedule a free consultation, interested parties can visit the firm's website, www.CerebralPalsyLawDoctor.com, or dial 1-877-292-6491.
About Gershon, Willoughby, & Getz, LLC
Gershon, Willoughby, & Getz is a nationally recognized medical malpractice and cerebral palsy law firm, which includes doctor-lawyers who represent birth injured children in Maryland, the District of Columbia and throughout the United States on a pro hoc vice basis (with permission of the court).
To learn more, visit their website at http://www.cerebralpalsylawdoctor.com/.