Main causes of malpractice
The term "malpractice" refers to an error on the part of the professional who leads the patient to be a victim of medical negligence.
Medical error or negligence may occur at any time during healthcare treatment, both at the stage of diagnosis and at the stage of treatment protocol.
We rely on doctors and nurses who should heal and take care of us, but we know that health workers are human, so they sometimes make careless or evaluation errors that cause damage to health and at this point, you could be entitled to a compensation.
The person who has been the victim of a medical malpractice case can obtain financial compensation for the damages caused by a medical error.
A medical report can demonstrate the causal relationship between prejudice and medical negligence and explain the link between the error and the injury, as provided for in art. 40 of the Penal Code.
In defense of doctors who are unjustly accused of error, it must be said that many professionals have been acquitted of negligence charges, in the absence of errors in the execution of health treatments.
Where we operate
Medical Error in Healthcare (ERMES), with its headquarters in Naples, operates throughout our national territory, particularly in the Southern Italian regions, as specified below: