Types of Medical Malpractice Claims
If you’ve been harmed by a doctor or medical facility’s negligence—or carelessness—you may have a medical malpractice claim. Determining whether or not you have a case can be complicated. At Michigan Injury Lawyers, we have experience handling many different kinds of medical malpractice claims, and we can help protect your rights if you’ve been injured by a doctor or hospital’s failure to meet a professional level of care.
Our Michigan medical malpractice lawyers want to investigate your claim today. Contact our legal staff at (888) 454-0801 or complete our free initial consultation form. We know medical malpractice law, and we’re here to help.
Do You Have a Medical Malpractice Claim?
Medical malpractice claims must prove that a health care provider’s negligence, or failure to provide an accepted level of care, caused your injury. Acts of medical negligence that may lead to a medical malpractice claim include:
- Anesthesia Errors
Failing to check for drug conflicts or miscalculating the amount of anesthesia you need for a surgical procedure can lead to severe complications, including paralysis, stroke, heart attack, and even death.
- Cancer Misdiagnosis
An early cancer diagnosis can be vital to your successful treatment so you can return to a healthy life. When medical professionals fail to order or read diagnostic tests, identify symptoms, or follow up with you, it can negatively impact your quality of life or even cause death.
- Heart Attack Misdiagnosis
Signs of a heart attack can be subtle. This means that doctors and other healthcare providers must order the right medical tests and pay close attention to your symptoms. A misdiagnosis of a heart attack can lead to severe pain and suffering, future health complications, and even death.
- Surgical Errors
All surgeries have risks. When surgeons fail to perform surgeries with the same degree of reasonable care as similarly trained professionals, it can lead to serious complications, longer recovery times, or possibly death.
- Wrong Site Surgeries
When you agree to an operation, you trust the surgeons and other medical professionals involved to perform to the best of their abilities. Sometimes mistakes are made, including performing surgery on the wrong body part, carrying out the wrong procedure, or operating on the wrong patient.
If you’re seriously injured and it wasn’t your fault, we can help. Our Detroit medical malpractice lawyers want to fight for your rights—so you can focus on getting better. Don’t wait; contact Michigan Injury Lawyers today.