If you were injured during physical therapy due to too much pressure being used, you may have means for a medical malpractice case. In order to purse a case, the physical therapist must be considered negligent in the care of the patient. Therefore, when injury or serious harm results from too much pressure applied by a physical therapist, the therapist is considered negligent and a Michigan lawsuit can be pursued.
These lawsuits are often filed against the physical therapy company or the medical provider that employed the therapist. Under Michigan law, the employer of the physical therapist can be held liable for injuries caused by the therapist.
When seeking to pursue a medical malpractice lawsuit against Michigan physical therapist, it is best to make sure you hire an attorney that has experience in these types of lawsuits. Our Buckfire Law attorneys frequently represent patients harmed or injured by therapists. Call our office now at (800) 606-1717 for your free consultation. We will discuss your case with you, answer any questions that you may have, and determine whether or not you have a case.