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What Do You Do When Trying To Get Better Made You Worse?

People make mistakes, but when doctors make them, the consequences can be severe. When you trust your doctor to find or fix your health problems, you are trusting them with your life. And when you’re the victim of medical malpractice, you can go from one health issue to several serious issues.

At Harris, Harris & Schmid, our experienced personal injury attorneys have over 60 years of experience helping people seek the financial compensation they need and deserve after medical malpractice incidents. Our dedicated team can help you with your Connecticut claim so you can focus on getting better.

No Matter The Claim, We’ll Fight To Make It Right

From misdiagnosis to medication errors, the list of situations where medical personnel can make a life-threatening mistake is a long one. And sometimes, it can take days or weeks to determine how serious the consequences are. At Harris, Harris & Schmid, we can help you recover damages for incidents involving medical malpractice, such as:

  • Surgical errors
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Lack of diagnosis
  • Medication and pharmacist errors
  • Birth injuries
  • Nursing mistakes
  • Hospital errors
  • EMT and ambulance mistakes
  • Anesthetic injuries

When it’s time for you to focus on your health, you can count on us to fight diligently for your recovery.

Take The Next Step To Getting Better

When you’re trying to get better, you shouldn’t have to figure out who to talk to and what to do about your claim. At Harris, Harris & Schmid, our lawyers are ready to help you with the best strategy for your claim so you can focus on your recovery.

We’ve got your back. Call our Norwalk office at 203-822-7006 today or contact us online for a free consultation. Meetings are also available at our satellite offices in Stamford, Bridgeport and New Haven.

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