In females the uterus is covered by a layer of cells called the endometrium. A medical condition in which these calls grow outside of the uterus is called endometriosis. More often than not this growth occurs on the ovaries or fallopian tubes. The cause of endometriosis is not known but is has obvious signs and symptoms such as pelvic pain, pain during intercourse and infertility. In terms of medical malpractice there are several ways that a woman with endometriosis can be the victim of medical malpractice or medical negligence. Any injuries, pain or other illness related to a medical error regarding your endometriosis may warrant filing a Pennsylvania medical malpractice claim. Let our Pennsylvania endometriosis malpractice lawyers help you.
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Benefits In Pennsylvania Endometriosis Lawsuits
Many factors come into play in terms of medical malpractice claims. The severity of the injury, the lifelong implications of the injury, your ability to produce children and your ability to remain employed are all factors. Our Pittsburgh medical negligence attorneys will examine all aspect of your claim and determine the current and future value of it. Many professional negligence cases are valued at over $500,000.00. Some are valued higher and some are valued less however. Once anaylzed some of the benefits and forms of compensation you may be entitled to are:
Lost wage compensation
Pain and suffering benefits
Death, funeral and survival benefits
Our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania medical negligence attorneys will be with you every step of the way. Call or email them now for a free case exam. Serving all of Pennsylvania including Pittsburgh, Erie, Altoona, Clarion, Kittanning, State College, UPMC, Penn State Medical Centers, Edensburg, New Castle, Bethel Park, Beaver, Butler, Washington, Allentown, Harrisburg, York, Philadelphia, Lancaster and Norristown, PA.