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Can I file a medical malpractice lawsuit for my child if a doctor misdiagnosed a pediatric fever?

Yes, a lawsuit may be filed for your child if a doctor misdiagnosed a pediatric fever that resulted in a serious medical condition or injuries. Our Michigan child medical malpractice lawyers at Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. file lawsuits for children who have been injured from a misdiagnosis of pediatric fever against pediatricians, urgent care clinic doctors, and hospitals. If pediatric fevers are not properly assessed the underlying medical condition that caused the fever usually goes misdiagnosed or untreated.

When a child suffers from a serious medical condition due to misdiagnosing what caused a pediatric fever, it can give rise to a medical malpractice lawsuit.  These lawsuits seek compensation for the injury to the child and parents caused by this medical mistake.  These cases can result in substantial settlements against the negligent doctor or hospital.

If you suspect that your child has been the victim of medical malpractice from the misdiagnosis of a fever, you should contact our office immediately to discuss your case. We will represent you and your child under out NO FEE PROMISE. This means that you will not be charged any legal fees whatsoever unless we obtain a settlement or recovery for you. You have absolutely no obligation for legal fees unless we win your case. If we do not obtain a settlement for you, you owe us nothing!

There are strict time limitations for filing medical malpractice cases in Michigan and if you wait too long, your case may be barred forever. Call us now at (800) 606-1717 or simply fill out the Get Help Now box to the right of this page and “Click to Submit.” Our experienced attorneys will get back to you shortly and explain the rights of you and your child.

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