Medical Malpractice Lawyers for Halifax
Wagner’s – Your medical malpractice lawyers – Doing Our Best To Serve Residents of Nova Scotia and Atlantic Canada
As a society, we put great trust in medical professionals to help us to get better; we expect them to meet the high standards and professionalism that are required. Medical professionals must administer medical care in a way that promotes a patient’s safety and well-being. A physician, nurse or other medical professional who acts in a negligent manner can jeopardize the health and safety of a patient and cause life-altering injuries.
Wagners’ medical malpractice lawyers in Halifax represents accident victims in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island. This practice area of our Halifax law firm focuses on those who have suffered a wide range of serious medical injuries or death. Our lawyers advocate for you, regardless of the complexity of the situation. We understand the seriousness of being harmed through medical malpractice and your right to pursue a claim against those who harmed you or a loved one. Our lawyers will fight to hold doctors and hospitals accountable to the highest standards of care and to pursue your claim with skill, experience and compassion.
Medical malpractice, or medical negligence, arises when your healthcare provider, including nurses, hospital staff and physicians, fail to follow the proper medical procedures which leads to injury, harm and damage.
A successful medical malpractice case requires that the patient – the plaintiff – prove the following:
1. A physician-patient relationship, which leads to a duty of care;
2. Breach of the standard of care;
3. Causation (the breach of the standard or care caused the damages); and
As patients, we place our trust in our physicians and the medical system. However, substandard medical care can cause serious and lasting injury to a patient, such as:
- Cerebral palsy (CP).
- Erb’s palsy.
- Shoulder dystocia.
- Infant brain damage and hypoxic brain injury.
- Surgical errors causing nerve or organ damage and malfunction.
- Quadriplegia or paraplegia.
- Misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis of cancer, stroke, infection or heart attack
Medical malpractice cases are complex and require legal expertise. The Medical Malpractice team at Wagners is experienced and provides compassionate and quality representation to patients who have been harmed by medical negligence throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.
Experience and Skill on Your Side Legally
At Wagners, our medical malpractice lawyers in Halifax have broad and extensive experience and a proven track record in medical malpractice and hospital negligence claims. Our team approach provides us with a wide network of medical-legal resources to effectively represent our clients. Our trial lawyers routinely undertake some of the most complex cases in the Maritimes. We will guide and support you through each part of the process and always pursue your case vigorously, with skill, knowledge and experience.
Contact Our Malpractice Claim Lawyers
If you or a loved one have been seriously injured by medical negligence or a medical error or you have lost a loved one as a result, our lawyers at Wagners can help you. Call us at 902-425-7330 or 1-800-465-8794 or complete the short online contact form.
Experienced Medical Malpractice Lawyers in Halifax, Nova Scotia
Our medical malpractice lawyers handle a broad range of cases involving:
Wagners is seeking a skilled and experienced paralegal to join its medical malpractice department.read more
In the case of Malloy v. Intact Insurance, the Plaintiff Ms. Malloy was being denied reimbursement for a medical procedure by the defendant Intact Insurance. As a result, the Plaintiff, started a legal action claiming improper denial of the benefits and breach of good faith.read more
In car accident cases involving serious injuries, insurance limits may be a live issue. In Nova Scotia, residents are required to carry a minimum of $500,000 in third-party liability insurance.read more