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Michigan Infectious Disease Medical Malpractice Lawyers

Our Michigan infectious disease medical malpractice lawyers handle lawsuits against doctors and other medical providers who have the unprecedented ability to recognize and treat the overwhelming majority of infectious diseases but have failed to do so.  In many cases, treatment of an infectious disease is effective in limiting the duration and severity of an illness, with the result that the patient eventually gets better.  However, when an infectious disease is not diagnosed, the infection festers, which can lead to prolonged illness and in some cases, even death.

Who Is At Higher Risk For Failure To Diagnose An Infectious Disease?

Newborn babies are especially vulnerable to infection because they have not yet built up immunities to many infectious diseases. This is especially true during childbirth when an infection can easily be passed from the mother to the baby. Modern medicine has given us the knowledge and ability to check the mother for infections and to treat her infectious disease prior to childbirth.  Failure to check and treat an infectious disease in these circumstances is often a clear-cut example of medical malpractice.

Common Michigan Infectious Disease Medical Malpractice

Other examples of frequent medical malpractice include failing to monitor for infectious diseases following surgery and failing to prescribe or administer the correct antibiotics when an infectious disease is diagnosed.

FREE Michigan Infectious Disease Medical Malpractice Book

If you would like more information about your legal rights as a result of medical malpractice, you can order our FREE book, "The Ultimate Michigan Medical Malpractice Handbook," by Michigan medical malpractice attorney Lawrence J. Buckfire. The book is an insider's report on medical malpractice claims and includes why most malpractice victims never receive compensation for their injuries. Our book sells for $14.95 on Amazon but Lawrence will send it to you for FREE!

Statute of Limitations For Michigan Infectious Disease Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

The statute of limitations for medical malpractice cases varies from state to state. In Michigan, you must file a medical malpractice lawsuit within two years of the date of the malpractice. If you miss a deadline, your claim will be lost forever. To avoid these severe consequences, you should contact the Michigan malpractice attorneys at Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. immediately.

Michigan Infectious Disease Medical Malpractice Lawyers No Fee Promise

We will represent you in your Michigan malpractice case under our 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!

Contact Your Michigan Infectious Disease Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Individuals who suffer injuries from an infectious disease that a doctor or medical provider has failed to diagnose or treat properly, call our office now at (800) 606-1717 to speak with one of our experienced Michigan infectious disease medical malpractice lawyers about your case. We will start working on your case immediately gathering all the evidence and medical reports to win and settle your case.