Law Offices of Dr Bruce. G Fagel & Associates – Reasons to Speak Out After Suspicion of Medical Malpractice

If you believe that you have been a victim of medical malpractice then it is essential that you speak out. No matter what the situation is, it will be incredibly important that you take some advice from legal experts such as those at the Law Offices of Dr Bruce. G Fagel & Associates. Whilst there are not many cases of medical malpractice across the country, we cannot ignore the fact that this does exist and the only way that we can lower the numbers is if everyone who has fallen victim is able to speak out. Here is exactly why you shouldn’t stay quiet if you suspect that you have been a victim of this.

Prevention of Repeated Mistakes

Very often we find that medical malpractice cases are not isolated events. The majority of cases which are proven actually result in us finding more out about the profession in question, and often this results in them being suspended or losing their medical license. If you stay quiet and this is the case then we may find that the same thing happens to someone else in the future. Speaking out will ensure that these issues cannot be repeated and that will be good for us all.

Case to Answer

There are many people who think that medical malpractice relates to any mistakes which are made in the hospital, yet this just isn’t the case. Doctors and surgeons may be incredibly good at what they do, but they are often limited to the knowledge which we have regarding the human body. Very often with illness and disease, doctors have to take a certain cause of action which is based on the probabilities of success, this is not a guarantee. And so if you have been treated for something which wasn’t successful or which resulted in further complications, this is not malpractice. If you speak to a legal team when you suspect foul play, they will be able to tell you very quickly whether or not you do in fact have a case.


If you do win the case, the only form of justice which you can get is the punishment which the professional in question will get, and financial compensation to you. This is not going to fix what has been done and it is not going to erase the past, but it is the best option which you have. Many think that compensation is a dirty word, because of how some questionable legal teams go after it for other incidents. The reality however is that you should be compensated for the problems which have happened to you, and doing this with financial reward is the best way for it to happen. This can compensate you if you have lost work or the ability to work, and if you have been through mental distress as a result.

Always speak to legal teams for advice on your suspected medical malpractice.