Experienced, Nationally Recognized Connecticut Medical Malpractice Lawyers
Our Connecticut medical malpractice lawyers have such extensive experience working in medical malpractice cases that we have broken the practice area down into the more specific categories listed below.
Even if your medical malpractice claim does not fit perfectly into one of these categories, just give us a call at our offices in Hartford, CT at 800-344-5297 or 860-522-1196 to discuss your potential case in more detail with our Connecticut medical malpractice lawyers. We are ready to help you.
Birth injuries can be among the most severe and catastrophic of all injuries. Although not all birth injuries are caused by medical malpractice, RisCassi & Davis has successfully settled or tried to verdict many birth defect cases for more than 60 years. We are ready, right now, to help your family.
Medical negligence may be responsible for missed or delayed diagnoses of heart attacks in some situations. If you feel that you or a loved one was the victim of a failure to diagnose a heart attack, our legal team is experienced in determining whether there is a viable malpractice case to be brought.
Medical malpractice claims are often brought against hospitals or other institutions, in addition to, or instead of, physicians. RisCassi & Davis has represented hundreds of people injured by errors occurring while hospitalized in Connecticut. We are ready, right now, to help you receive fair compensation for any harm done to you.
Misfilled prescription cases often arise when a doctor intends to prescribe one medication, but the pharmacist gives the patient another. The most common issue in the ensuing litigation is often the communication between the physician and the pharmacy. The attorneys at RisCassi & Davis have represented many people injured by misfilled prescriptions in Connecticut. We are ready, right now, to help you.
When the proper steps are taken, nearly all suicides are preventable, which is what makes inpatient suicide so troubling. If you feel that a family member or loved one was the victim of psychiatric malpractice which lead to their suicide, our legal team is experienced in determining whether there is a viable malpractice case to be brought.
Doctors tend to use the word “retained” to describe objects inadvertently left behind inside the bodies of patients, often in their abdominal cavities, after surgery. These foreign objects can cause great harm to patients, including infection or sepsis. RisCassi & Davis has represented many people injured by surgical instruments left in them by surgeons in Connecticut. We are ready, right now, to help you receive fair compensation for any harm done to you.
- 09/22/2009 | $8,100,000 Verdict - Medical Malpractice - Improperly performed biopsy lead to wrongful death
- 11/26/2014 | $7,200,000 Settlement - Medical Malpractice - Young child suffered brain damage after undergoing surgery
- 02/08/2012 | $6,500,000 Settlement - Medical Malpractice - Brain injured 5-year old following cardiac surgery
- 09/21/2009 | $6,200,000 Verdict - Medical Malpractice - Misdiagnosis of infection
- 01/22/2015 | $6,000,000 Settlement - Medical Malpractice - Birth injuries