Louisville Neurology Error & Malpractice Lawyers
Fighting for the Injured in Jefferson County & Southern Indiana
Neurology is the specialized area of medicine that deals with the brain, spinal cord, and affected nerves and muscles. Neurologists diagnose and treat disorders that affect these areas. When dealing with organs and body parts as delicate and crucial as the brain and spine, it is vital that these specialists adhere to the highest standards of care. Brain and spine dysfunction can lead to devastating disabilities and death.
At Grossman Green PLLC, we understand how your life or the life of a loved one can be deeply impacted by neurological medical malpractice. You may be experiencing conditions that can range from chronic headaches to spinal paralysis. Our firm of skilled and proven litigators can work together along with medical experts and other professionals to carefully prepare your claim if you have suffered some form of malpractice. We have the experience, fearlessness, and tenacity to take on doctors, hospitals, and their corporate insurers in fighting for the compensation you need and deserve.
Arrange for a free consultation with a Louisville neurology error and malpractice attorney by contacting Grossman Green PLLC at (502) 215-3344.
Neurology Errors & Malpractice Cases
Neurologists and neurosurgeons treat illnesses, injuries, and disorders of the brain and spine. These specialists frequently rely on diagnostic testing techniques that are constantly advancing. However, this field of medicine often results in malpractice claims where failure to diagnose, misdiagnosis, or delayed diagnosis can result in drastic consequences for patients.
Conditions and illnesses that fall under the umbrella of neurology can include:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Brain tumors
- Parkinson’s disease
- Cerebral palsy
- Multiple sclerosis
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Bell’s palsy
- Muscular dystrophy
- Spinal cord injuries
These conditions can include symptoms such as confusion, memory loss, dizziness, loss of motor skills, cognitive failure, tremors, paralysis, coma, learning disabilities, and more resulting in temporary or life-long disability. Thus, proper diagnosis and treatment is crucial. Where specialists are distracted, poorly trained, hurried, fatigued, or inexperienced, mistakes and failures can occur.
Examples of malpractice in neurology can include, but are not limited to:
- Surgical errors and complications
- Birth defects
- Medication errors and reactions
- Failure to monitor a patient
- Faulty or lack of testing protocols
- Faulty treatment protocols
- Emergency room errors
- Referral delays
- Treatment delays
- Inaccurate, unclear, or incomplete patient records
At Grossman Green PLLC, our team will work vigorously to prepare and build your case to increase your chances of a favorable outcome. We will fight for all of the compensation you will need, from medical expenses to lost income, pain and suffering, and more that make a significant difference in your physical, emotional, and financial recovery.
Discuss your case with a Louisville neurology error and malpractice lawyer in a free consultation today. Contact us online or at (502) 215-3344.
Why Grossman Green PLLC Is the Right Firm for You
Experienced and Knowledgeable TeamWith over 50 years of combined experience, our attorneys contribute their unique knowledge and background to help develop a winning strategy for the client.
Fearless Trial AttorneysIf it becomes necessary, we are not afraid to go to trial. In fact, from the beginning, we prepare every case with the potential of trial in mind.
Collaborative ApproachNot only do we collaborate internally, but we also collaborate with outside professionals and specialist in order to strengthen our clients' cases.
Strong Client-Attorney RelationshipsOur team strives to understand each client and their unique situation. In doing so, we're able to develop a tailored approach aimed at achieving the best possible result.
Our team works together, sharing knowledge and experience to help build winning strategies for our clients.
Our Case ResultsThousands of Injured Victims Helped
Failure to Diagnose $3.2 Million
Failure to Diagnose $1.7 Million
Delivery at Birth Injuries $1.7 Million
Hospital Negligence $1.1 Million
Anesthesia Negligence $1 Million
Death of a Child during Birth $800 Thousand
Surgical Complications $750 Thousand
Burn Injury Due to Radiation $500 Thousand
Retained Surgical Sponge $200 Thousand