Mental Health Malpractice Lawyers
Is There Mental Health Malpractice?
Although more complicated than the injuries associated with medical malpractice, mental health malpractice is a quickly growing field of malpractice law. The majority of mental malpractice cases do not stem from unforeseeable problems, but rather from situations that could have been avoided if only they were recognized and treated properly by a mental health provider.
What is Usually Claimed in Mental Health Malpractice Cases?
The following are the most commonly associated claims in successful mental health malpractice cases:
- Sexual impropriety
- Incorrect treatment
- Breach of confidentiality or privacy
- Fee collection
- Improper diagnosis of mental health problem
- Defamation or slander
- Suicide of patient
- Improper administration of prescription drugs
Should I Contact a Personal Injury Attorney about My Involvement in Mental Health Malpractice Claim?
If you have suffered from injuries as a result of mental health visits, or have been accused of mental health malpractice, the advice and counsel of a personal injury attorney can be extremely helpful. In order to determine the strength of the claim, and the proper legal recourse, the right personal injury attorney can make this process a successful one.
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Last Modified: 12-07-2012 03:55 PM PST
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