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New Hampshire Psychiatry Malpractice Attorney

Professionals who practice psychotherapy and psychiatry have an obligation to provide a standard level of care to their patients, as well as to be ethical in their conduct as they suggest or carry out a course of treatment. Psychiatric malpractice occurs when a psychiatrist is unethical or unprofessional in his or her care of a patient.

If you or a loved one has been the victim of psychiatric malpractice, it is crucial that you consult an attorney as soon as possible. A knowledgeable attorney at our firm can give you a free case evaluation to discuss your situation with you and determine whether you may have a case. As a patient, you have the right to expect and receive a standard level of care from a psychiatrist who is ethical and professional. Any negligent or wrongful conduct should not be tolerated.

Types of Psychiatric Malpractice

Following are some examples of this form of malpractice:

  • Failure to diagnose
  • Improper sexual conduct with a patient
  • Medication errors or malpractice
  • Psychiatric drug malpractice
  • Physical or emotional abuse
  • False imprisonment of a patient

How can a medical malpractice lawyer help me?

A skilled medical malpractice attorney can help you take legal action against the person who caused you mental or physical injury. Whether it was you, a friend or a family member who has suffered, it is important that you consider consulting an attorney in order to better understand your legal rights and options in this regard.

Mulvey, Cornell & Mulvey brings over 30 years of legal experience and a proven track record of success to the table. Should you decide to work with one of our seasoned and determined team members, you can be assured that you will receive the personalized, compassionate attention and service that you deserve. Your case will also receive the aggressive legal strategy necessary to seek maximum financial compensation from the responsible party.

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