Baltimore Blood Contamination Attorney

Baltimore Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Blood is the life force of the human body. There are entire reserves of donated blood waiting for people who need it most. Blood contamination can be caused by a number of reasons, all of which can have incredibly serious effects on the patient. If you were a victim of contamination or hospital negligence, then it is important that you work with a Baltimore medical malpractice attorney to ensure that you can obtain the highest amount of compensation you deserve for your suffering. Some of the main causes of blood contamination include:

  • Contaminated surgical instruments
  • Blood transfusions
  • Improper screening of donors
  • Unsanitary phlebotomy practices
  • Dialysis
  • Contamination at a blood bank

How to Treat Contaminated Blood

Are you dealing with an infection? It is important that you work to get your blood-borne complication treated as quickly as possible. Some blood infections may be harder to treat than others but a lot of forms of blood contamination are treatable. Common treatable forms of contamination include certain types of sexually transmitted diseases, E. coli, and lead poisoning. Other blood contamination types that are harder to treat include AIDS, HIV, and all forms of hepatitis. If you are experiencing the effects of blood contamination, then it is vital that you work with our team.

Was there a mistake in your blood transfusion?

At The Law Offices of Daniel J. Miller, LLC, we have the experience and tenacity to represent you and your family in claims for compensation. If the contamination that you are dealing with is the result of a negligent doctor or medical staff member, then it is important that you speak with Baltimore medical malpractice attorney from our firm right away. We have been able to settle medical malpractice cases for our clients to help them receive high amounts of compensation money in settlements and awards. Contact the team today to speak with an attorney and to schedule your free case evaluation.