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Compassionate, Zealous Representation For Victims Of Medical Malpractice

People place great trust in their doctors and health care providers. When that trust is violated, patients can be seriously hurt or even killed. Located in Kansas City, Missouri, The McCallister Law Firm, P.C., team fights for clients who have been injured because of the negligence of doctors, nurses and other health care professionals.

What Is Medical Malpractice?

Not all negative medical outcomes can be attributed to malpractice. Problems often arise even when doctors give their best efforts. Malpractice occurs when a patient is seriously injured or killed because a health care professional breached their duty by failing to deliver the expected standard of care, which is the care that a competent doctor in the same field would have provided under the same circumstances.

Medical malpractice can occur in any health care setting, and numerous parties may be to blame, including the physician, nursing staff and the hospital or clinic itself.

Recovery For Medical Malpractice Injuries

People suffer a variety of injuries because of the negligent actions or incompetence of their doctors or nurses. Medical malpractice claims come down to proving negligence. We have represented people who suffered serious injuries or lost loved ones because of:

If you aren’t sure that your negative outcome was the result of malpractice, we will take the time to listen to your story and explore your options during a free case evaluation.

Nursing Home Abuse And Injuries

Medical malpractice can also harm elderly and disabled residents in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. These homes generally do provide quality care to loved ones. When they do not provide quality care, though, they can seriously injure loved ones living there. We have represented people whose loved ones were injured by:

  • Inadequate supervision
  • Negligent hiring of nursing home staff
  • Inadequate security for mentally ill patients
  • Bedsores caused by neglect and improper hygiene
  • Malnourishment
  • Injuries caused by failure to properly manage the facility’s cleanliness

Nursing home staff owe residents a duty of care just as doctors and nurses do. When they ignore this responsibility, the results can be catastrophic. We can help you hold these institutions accountable.

Reach Out Today To Learn More

For a free discussion of your legal options with an experienced medical malpractice lawyer, we invite you to contact The McCallister Law Firm, P.C., at our office in Kansas City, Missouri. Just call 816-492-2963 or reach out online. We represent clients throughout the surrounding areas in Missouri and Kansas.