If you or a loved one was the victim of medical malpractice at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, you need the type of medical malpractice lawyer who will give you the representation you need. Health care providers rarely admit their mistakes, and the even less often take responsibility for their mistakes that hurt other people. Relatively recently, a Vanderbilt nurse, Ra Donda Vaught, was criminally charged for her actions in giving a patient, Charlene Murphey, the wrong medication, including in a setting where Vanderbilt was not open and forthright about the mistake that happened. That mistake caused the patient’s death, but the truth about what occurred and why was not initially shared.
You or a family member may have been the victim of medical malpractice at Vanderbilt. Maybe you were told nothing. Maybe you were told that “this happens.” Maybe the truth about whether mistakes were made that caused the injury or death was not provided to you. Either way, retaining a top-notch medical malpractice attorney will help you get the answers you need, and help you pursue your legal right to financial compensation under the law.
There are various types of care that can lead to medical malpractice. Examples include Birth Injuries, Cancer Misdiagnosis, Emergency Room Negligence, Surgical Errors, Anesthesia Errors, and other acts of negligence. Cummings Law helps patients and their families with all types of medical malpractice claims, and Cummings Law can help you too.
If you believe you were the victim of Vanderbilt Medical Malpractice you should contact Brian Cummings at Cummings Law. He will discuss the facts with you, review the key medical records, and line up experienced medical experts to review the records to analyze the care that was provided. Brian Cummings has over 20 years of experience handling medical malpractice claims, and he brings that experience into each new matter he chooses to take on.
Brian Cummings has obtained over $25,000,000.00 for his clients in just the past few years, which earned him a lifetime membership in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. He was also selected by SuperLawyers for Medical Malpractice for each of the past 5 years for his work on behalf of plaintiffs. Furthermore, he is 1 of less than 15 attorneys in Tennessee who is Board-certified in Medical Malpractice by the ABPLA. Many lawyers may say they handle medical malpractice cases. Look for their recent results, recent and active awards and achievements, and if they are Board-certified to handle your very case. Then, on top of that, make sure the attorney you are interested in will handle every aspect of your case and not pass you or your case off to someone else in a firm who you never would have chosen. Brian Cummings handles every aspect of the cases he agrees to take on. Few can say this, and even less do it.
Brian Cummings is 1 of only 15 attorneys in Tennessee who have earned this certification. He will surely help you out to get compensation without wasting your time and effort. He will put his full efforts for you to get the compensation from the defaulter party effective and efficient.
When you need help with a Vanderbilt medical malpractice matter, choose your attorney carefully. You will be glad you did.