No matter how it occurs, losing a loved one creates a hole in your heart and in your family. Losing a loved one as a result of a medical error, failure to provide appropriate treatment or some other medical malpractice situation can be particularly devastating. At the Marcarian Law Firm, P.C. we understand how difficult this loss can be and are here to help you through this difficult time.
While we know that working with an attorney may be the furthest thing from your mind after losing a spouse, child or parent, we encourage you to reach out to the experienced attorneys at the Marcarian Law Firm, P.C. to protect your rights and vindicate the loss of your loved one. While every situation is unique, we are familiar with a number of types of wrongful death cases including:
- Death as a result of physician error
- Death related improper administration of anesthesia
- Death as a result of birth trauma or delivery error
- Death as a result of misdiagnosis
Proving A Wrongful Death Case
Unfortunately, wrongful death cases often involve complicated situations and determining and proving responsibility can be difficult. Working with an experienced and talented attorney will help you meet the legal standards necessary to prove a wrongful death case as a result of medical malpractice. Generally speaking, if you believe you have lost a loved one as a result of medical malpractice, you must prove that the doctor or medical professional failed to provide the appropriate standard of care and that your loved one passed away as a result of that failure. We understand how complicated these situations can be and are happy to help you determine whether or not pursing a wrongful death case is appropriate in your case.
The experienced attorneys at the Marcarian Law Firm, P.C. understand the difficult situation your family is facing and are committed to helping you make the best decision for your family. The law firm is spearheaded by Armond Marcarian and Mr. Marcarian understands medical malpractice cases in a way most attorneys don’t as he is a licensed pharmacist and attorney. His insight allows him to understand both the law and the medical issues raised in wrongful death cases. This knowledge allows him to lead his team and his clients to successful resolutions of medical malpractice cases.
It is important to note that in addition to exercising your legal rights, choosing to pursue a wrongful death case often provides some of the closure a family needs by answering questions about what went wrong and why they lost their loved ones. Some people also find the legal process helpful as it may clarify physician errors and prevent the same thing from happening again in the future.