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What is an example of a Michigan medical malpractice lawsuit?

An example of a Michigan medical malpractice lawsuit include cases against doctors for doctor errors, such as failure to diagnose a patient, or failure to treat a patient, medication error, failure to report testing results to patient. Other medical malpractice lawsuits can include cases against hospitals for negligence such as improper treatment, misdiagnosis, surgery mistakes, failure to order necessary medical testing before discharging a patient, or patient falls from bed.

Any type of improper treatment or treatment done to a patient in a negligent manner is means for a Michigan medical malpractice lawsuit. In fact, the term medical malpractice is used to describe any wrong committed by a doctor, hospital, or other medical professional who caused bodily harm to a patient.

Medical malpractice cases are complex and require that a lawyer have significant expertise in both the legal and medical aspects of the case. In order to file and win a medical malpractice case the attorney has to prove that negligence had taken place and the injury suffered due to the negligence could have been avoided. This requires the assistance of highly qualified medical experts to review the records and testify in support of the case.

Our Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. medical negligence team consists of experienced, expert attorneys that specialize in the area of medical malpractice, settling more than 95% of our cases before ever going to court. Call our office now at (800) 606-1717 if you or someone you know suffers an injury or even death due to medical negligence to speak with one of our lawyers and pursue a Michigan medical malpractice lawsuit. We will fully investigate your claim and file the case for you if the claim can be supported by a well-credentialed physician.

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