Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Law Firm in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan’s economy is based on agriculture, mining and energy production. This vibrant economy is supported by potash, minerals, and oil & gas. Saskatchewan is known as Canada’s “breadbasket” because it produces almost 30% of Canada’s grain and almost 60% of Canada’s wheat crop. This makes agriculture an important industry in Saskatchewan.

Canada has some of the highest-rated medical services globally, but Saskatchewanians are not exempt from experiencing medical malpractice and negligence in the healthcare sector.

If you or a loved one in Saskatchewan has been injured due to medical malpractice, you might be entitled to financial compensation. Sommers Roth & Elmaleh can help.

Medical Malpractice in Saskatchewan

‘Medical malpractice’ cases are civil claims against doctors, nurses, hospital staff and others in the medical field for their actions leading to medical negligence. This negligence can result from errors made when a patient undergoes diagnosis, treatment, aftercare or general health management.

If you have had any experience with a healthcare professional or provider who failed to give you the adequate care and attention necessary, resulting in injury or death, you have been a victim of medical malpractice.

Medical malpractice claims against nurses, doctors and others in the medical field are filed by patients or the families of those injured or negatively affected by those who provided them with negligent medical care. These medical malpractice claims will generally involve allegations of negligence, breach of contract or breach of fiduciary duty.

Examples of common medical malpractice claims in Saskatchewan can include:

  • Misdiagnoses or failure to diagnose a condition;
  • Obstetric malpractice, including spina bifida or negligence causing cerebral palsy;
  • Failure to properly test;
  • Misinterpreting or ignoring lab results;
  • Pediatric malpractice involving children or infants;
  • Failure to time and treat a condition properly;
  • Unnecessary surgery, wrong site surgery or surgical errors;
  • Failure to provide the right prescription, administering the wrong medication or dosage;
  • Hospital and nursing errors.

In Canada, there are over 100,000 potential medical malpractice claims each year. This number does not include negligent acts committed by doctors who work in private clinics, including chiropractors, dentists and other types of medical professionals.

Our Specialized Areas of Practice in Saskatchewan:

Spina Bifida Lawyers in Saskatchewan

Spina Bifida can affect your child for the rest of their life. It can cause loss of bladder or bowel control, as well as cognitive issues. Spina Bifida can be detected through ultrasound very early on in pregnancy, and once detected, it can be addressed to decrease the conditions mentioned. If you suppose that your doctor or other healthcare staff did not take the proper precautions, you might have a medical malpractice litigation on your hands.

Hospital Errors in Saskatchewan

Hospitals are supposed to be spaces where you feel safe, and where doctors and other healthcare providers are obligated to act in your best interest. Yet, each year, thousands of patients are injured or otherwise seriously affected by medical errors or negligence.

Those patients and their family members deserve justice when they have been affected by hospital error, or any other forms of medical negligence.

Cerebral Palsy Lawyers in Saskatchewan

Cerebral Palsy is a condition that occurs in early childhood, and can be the result of medical malpractice. Many people believe the misconception that it is caused by genetics, when in fact it is caused by a specific brain injury, usually at birth. This injury can be caused by medical negligence by your doctor or other healthcare providers.

These are only a few examples of our area of expertise; please read below for a more exhaustive list.

Why You Should Hire An Experienced Medical Malpractice Lawyer in Saskatchewan

At Sommers Roth & Elmaleh, our lawyers are experienced in medical malpractice and personal injury cases. We handle cases concerning complex and serious injuries involving children, parents of young families, or devastating life-changing injuries such as spinal cord injuries, neurological injuries or brain damage.

Personal injury litigations are serious court procedures that can be hard to understand. We recommend that they be handled by our dedicated, driven, and experienced lawyers, who have the extensive experience needed to navigate them successfully.

Sommers Roth & Elmaleh is one of Canada’s most experienced medical malpractice and personal injury law firms. We are available to assist you with your legal rights in Saskatchewan. Those who have been victims of medical malpractice and negligence deserve justice—our years of experience and in-depth knowledge of personal injury law in Saskatchewan can help.

Sommers Roth & Elmaleh: Serving Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Victims in Saskatchewan

With more than 50 years of experience, Sommers Roth & Elmaleh have represented and won cases for many victims of medical malpractice and personal injury. Our lawyers can provide you with the legal guidance and knowledge you need for your medical malpractice litigation case in Saskatchewan.

Sommers Roth & Elmaleh is one of the most experienced medical malpractice and personal injury law firms in Canada. We believe that those who have found themselves victims of medical malpractice and negligence deserve justice and financial security.

Contact Sommers Roth & Elmaleh

If you or a loved one have been the victim of medical malpractice in Toronto, call Sommers Roth & Elmaleh at 416-961-1212 or Toll-Free at 1-844-777-7372. We encourage you to contact us for a consultation today.

If you have been affected by medical malpractice anywhere in Canada contact us for a free consultation.
You pay us nothing unless we win.

A lawyer from Sommers Roth & Elmaleh will be in touch with you as soon as possible. Please note that no lawyer-client, advisory, or fiduciary relationship is created by your inquiry. All information provided is confidential.

The above information is not legal advice. Past results of cases and recoveries by our medical malpractice lawyers against hospitals, doctors, midwives, nurses and other healthcare professionals are not necessarily indicative of future results. The amounts recovered and other litigation outcomes will vary according to the facts in individual cases.