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Medical Malpractice

Did the doctor really do something wrong?
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Did my doctor commit medical malpractice?

[teaser]One of the most difficult situations that can occur in one’s life is when a doctor you trusted actually causes your injury, committing medical malpractice?[/teaser]

Often, in medical malpractice cases, the most difficult question is, “Did the doctor really do something wrong?” And if so, “Did that mistake actually cause you a new injury or aggravate your pre-existing problem?”

Evaluation of medical negligence cases requires significant experience. Medical malpractice can often be the most difficult type of case to perusue. Furthermore, no one wants to sue a doctor or damage their reputation if they truly did nothing wrong. Careful and thorough screening of potential medical malpractice claims is important for everybody involved.

At our firm, we consider dozens of medical malpractice claims every year. In many cases, after providing the client with a confidential evaluation, the client and firm collectively decide not to pursue the matter. In the cases which we do agree to pursue, we are generally successful in obtaining appropriate and often substantial compensation for our clients. Due to the sensitive nature of medical negligence cases, confidentiality and professionalism are of utmost importance.

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The attorneys at Henning, Keedy & Lee have over 50 years collective experience in addressing your legal issues.
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