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"I have sued many top Fortune 500 companies,
gone up against giant insurance companies, and sued major hospitals.
I have handled suits against the Chairman of an ENT Department,
and the Director of a High Risk Obstetrics Department, which
resulted in doctors being fired and hospitals that changed their
guidelines and protocols." Attorney
Medical errors kill or disable roughly 98,000 Americans every year.
Doctors and hospitals are required by law to carry insurance to
specifically compensate for malpractice. Types of malpractice claims
vary considerably. Some examples include improper diagnosis, delayed
diagnosis, improper care, negligence in performing surgical procedures,
medication errors, failure to obtain the patient's informed consent,
and abandonment of the patient. Many medical errors are directly
attributable to the red-tape inherent in the health care system.
However, errors occur when physicians and patients have communication
problems, such as when a doctor does not give the patient enough
information to make an informed decision.
Medical malpractice victims can recover money to pay for doctor
and hospital bills, to replace lost income, to cover future medical
expenses, and to compensate for pain and suffering. Pain and suffering
damages can be awarded to individuals suffering from discomfort,
disfigurement, embarrassment, humiliation, and from the loss of
the opportunity to experience and enjoy the simple pleasures of
Before accusing your doctor, start by asking questions. If the
answers do not make sense or if you have suspicions, then you should
seek another professional's opinion. Ideally, you should consult
with an attorney or law firm who is highly experience in handling
medical malpractice cases. I have handled numerous cases of this
type, and I even attended medical school before becoming an attorney.
Simply put, I have both the knowledge and experience to handle the most complex medical malpractice case. If you feel you or a loved one has been a victim of medical malpractice, please contact me.
In some cases, a birth injury may go undetected for months or even
years. The injury may be due to one or more medical mistakes during
pregnancy, labor or delivery. Parents are often left with the incorrect
impression that their child simply has a birth defect, and that
it could not have been prevented.
Most parents have no way of knowing what happened to their child
and many do not know where to begin to search for answers. I am
familiar with a number of common birth defects and the situations
that often cause them. For many parents, corrective procedures and
other costs associated with the care for a child suffering from
a birth defect are overwhelming. I have helped many of these families
file and win their cases. Let me help you as well.
CALL 314.727.8300 Or Toll-Free 1-800-303-3380 For A Free Case Evaluation