Medical malpractice law is a highly complex area of law that requires the assistance of an experienced litigator. This is not an area of law in which you should engage an attorney who doesn’t regularly handle medical malpractice claims and lawsuits. Mr. Kash has been actively involved in medical malpractice law for over 30 years. The Law Offices of Gregory M. Kash brings extensive experience in defending those cases to you as an injured party in helping you to pursue your medical malpractice action.

Medical malpractice law in North Carolina is simply another form of the law of negligence, and the general rules of negligence apply. The “standard of care” is a legal term in North Carolina that sets that level of care necessary for a healthcare provider in a particular setting. Our state recognizes that the level of care, or “standard of care” varies from community to community, depending upon that level of care available in a particular community setting. Medical malpractice happens in a variety of settings, from simple care received by your family practitioner, to care rendered by specialty physicians in an office setting, to care received by physicians or nurses in a hospital setting.

There are numerous types of medical malpractice including medication errors, surgical errors, birth injuries, anesthesia injuries, and many more. The team at The Law Offices of Gregory Kash has worked with a number of nurses and physicians in various fields of medical specialty for many years to help evaluate whether medical negligence occurred and what injuries occurred as a result of that negligence.

If you suspect that you or a loved one has been injured as a result of medical negligence, your best course of action is to speak with an attorney as soon as you can. The law limits the time within which one can bring a medical malpractice lawsuit.If your claim for medical negligence involves a wrongful death, then you may be limited even further by such time defense. Speak to an attorney early on in your case so you can have someone assist you throughout the process. Do not lose your case because you sat on your rights.