Emotional or mental trauma often requires the help of a psychiatrist to get back on your feet. Unfortunately, many people end up being the victim of negligence or abuse at the hands of their psychiatrist, the person they are trusting to help in the first place.
The experienced Boston medical malpractice lawyers at Bellotti Law Group, P.C. understand the damaging effects psychiatric malpractice can have in all aspects of your life. If you or a loved one has experienced neglect or abuse following psychiatric visits, contact us today for a free and confidential review of your case at 617-225-2100. We have offices in Boston, Cambridge, and Quincy and serve all of Massachusetts and Southern New England.Types Of Psychiatric Malpractice
The attorneys at Bellotti Law Group, P.C. assist clients in many areas of psychiatric malpractice, including:
- Psychiatrist abuse of personal knowledge or power
- Improper sharing of personal information without patient consent, in violation of the physician-client privilege
- Failing to diagnose or misdiagnosing a patient's dangerous condition/mental state
- Committing a prescription drug error, including prescribing wrong or dangerous psychiatric medication
Too often, legitimate psychiatric malpractice cases go unreported, due to victims' emotional or mental state and fear of mistreatment or continued abuse. It is imperative to meet with an experienced and skilled attorney at Bellotti Law Group, who is well versed in psychiatric injury, who will thoroughly investigate your case and earn you what you deserve. We prepare the best case possible on your behalf, including amassing a team of experts if needed, such as psychiatric specialists, expert psychiatrists or psychologists, and medical professionals who can assess your damages and identify the malpractice based on your personal circumstances and the accepted standard of care.Make No Mistake
Psychiatrists are hired to help you and should show you the utmost respect and care. It is their professional duty to do so. There are no legitimate situations where psychiatrists should intimidate or mistreat you. Remember, every medical professional, including psychiatrists, take an oath to bring no harm to their patients—physically, mentally, or emotionally. The sole goal of a psychiatrist should be to improve your condition, with complete confidentiality and competence.
If a psychiatrists or another medical professional has neglected or abused you or a loved one, call the Boston medical malpractice attorneys at Bellotti Law Group, P.C. today at 617-225-2100 for a FREE and CONFIDENTIAL consultation. You can also use our confidential online contact form and we will respond promptly. We hold any and all liable parties accountable for the inexcusable damages they have caused. Our reputation in and around Massachusetts often leads to a favorable settlement for our clients. If not, we are eager and fully prepared to fight for you in court.