Practice Areas

Medical Malpractice

A North Carolina medical malpractice case may be brought when serious personal injuries result from negligent care or treatment rendered by a medical provider. Medical providers include physicians, nurses, hospitals, psychologists, x-ray technicians and a variety of other medical professionals.

  • Dispensing the wrong medication or the wrong dose of medication
  • Improperly reading x-rays
  • Transfusing incorrectly
  • Misdiagnosing a life-threatening condition
  • Performing surgery on the wrong limb
  • Failing to properly treat infections related to treatment

The failures of healthcare providers results in a variety of injuries, including:

  • Birth trauma - related cerebral palsy
  • Paraplegia and Quadriplegia
  • Burns
  • Brain injuries

If you believe you've been the victim of a medical mistake, you should contact an attorney with experience in medical malpractice to evaluate and handle your case as quickly as possible. There are complicated and stringent statutes of limitations for medical malpractice cases that limit the amount of time an injured individual has to file a lawsuit. Time is on their side. You will need expert advice to quickly determine your options.

At Bain & Rodzik, we regularly represent individuals who have suffered extensive injuries as a result of the negligence of a hospital, physician, nurse practitioner, or other health care provider. We also represent the families of patients who have died as a result of malpractice. We understand the emotional trauma that victims of medical malpractice are suffering and we want to help you obtain the compensation you deserve. When someone is injured as a result of the negligence or misconduct of a healthcare provider, North Carolina law provides a means of obtaining compensation, allowing the injured party or parties to get on with their lives.

Not every bad result means someone was negligent. Bain & Rodzik's experienced attorneys are adept at analyzing these types of cases, simplifying complex medical matters, and identifying and aggressively pursuing legal remedies. If you have a question about an injury or death that you believe was caused by medical negligence, please contact us today so we can help you decide what your next step should be.