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Surgery and Michigan Medical Malpractice

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Michigan surgery malpractice cases are a common type of Michigan medical malpractice lawsuit.  There are numerous risks to every surgical procedure and not every bad surgical result is the basis for a lawsuit.  To qualify as a surgery malpractice case, there must be a surgical error during the procedure that violates the standard of care for a surgeon.   Or, there can be a failure of a surgeon to recognize a problem during surgery, like a perforated bowel, and repair the complication.  These cases require specialized legal expertise in medical malpractice cases and it is essential to choose a lawyer who has handled similar cases in the past.

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