When you seek medical treatment at an Indiana doctor's office, hospital or outpatient facility, you have the right to reasonably expect that those to whom you have entrusted your health will act according to accepted safety standards and state regulations that govern medical care. You understand that doctors are human beings who are capable of error. However, wouldn't you expect a doctor who makes an error regarding your health to at least apologize for his or her mistake?
Undergoing a medical procedure can be stressful and, for some people, terrifying.
Modern medicine is an amazing thing, and these days there are countless prescription medications that can be applied to all sorts of maladies. When a woman is pregnant, it is important that anything she consumes is safe for her and her developing baby. This is true not just for food and drinks, but also for medications. If a mother in Indianapolis takes a valid, legally prescribed drug while pregnant, and the drug harms her developing baby, the mother may want to pursue a lawsuit for birth injuries (med mal).