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Medical Negligence Claims Sedona AZ

When you go to a hospital for medical treatment, you assume that you will be taken care of by professionals in an appropriate manner. In no way would you expect to contract a nasty virus and end up more sick than you were when you got to the hospital. However, it does happen.

Charles Bradford Biddle
4500 S DOBSON RD # OC2-157
CHANDLER, AZ
Specialties
Intellectual Property, Antitrust, Licensing, Corporate, Internet
Education
University of San Diego School of Law,New York University,Univ of California San Diego
State Licensing
California

C Randall Bain
(602) 351-8200
2901 N CENTRAL AVE STE 2000
PHOENIX, AZ
Specialties
Litigation, Partnership, Intellectual Property
Education
Yale Law School,Yale University
State Licensing
Arizona

Jill J Ormond
6225 N 24TH ST STE 125
PHOENIX, AZ
Specialties
Commercial, Real Estate, Construction, Intellectual Property, Entertainment
State Licensing
Arizona

George C Chen
2 N CENTRAL AVE ONE RENAISSANCE SQUARE
PHOENIX, AZ
Specialties
Commercial, Intellectual Property
Education
Arizona State University,Massachusetts Institute of Technology,Massachusetts Institute of Technology
State Licensing
Arizona

Tori S Bryant
290 S 1ST AVE STE 3
YUMA, AZ
Specialties
Juvenile, Real Estate, Contracts, Intellectual Property, Immigration
Education
St Mary's University of San Antonio School of Law,Rutgers University
State Licensing
Arizona

Elissa Aldona Wagner
(310) 277-6910
20701 N Scottsdale Rd, Ste 107 #626
Scottsdale, AZ
Specialties
Intellectual Property, Commercial, Litigation
Education
Univ of Chicago Law School,Univ of Illinois
State Licensing
California

Robert J Itri
(602) 530-8019
101 E GURLEY ST STE 214
PRESCOTT, AZ
Specialties
Intellectual Property, Licensing, Commercial, Investment Fraud
Education
Boston College
State Licensing
Arizona

Sheila M Heidmiller
(480) 773-7807
Las Sendas Suites, 7248 E Tasman St.
Mesa, AZ
Specialties
Intellectual Property
State Licensing
Arizona, Washington

Adam A Studnicki
(480) 361-2442
PO BOX 14321
SCOTTSDALE, AZ
Specialties
Personal Injury, Business, Real Estate, Intellectual Property
Education
Harvard University Law School,Arizona State University
State Licensing
Arizona

Michael E Gerity
(602) 274-4400
3300 N CENTRAL AVE STE 2000
PHOENIX, AZ
Specialties
Patent Infringement, Business, Intellectual Property, Real Estate, Trademark Infringement, Copyright Infringement, Trademark Application, Copyright Application
Education
Arizona State University,Colorado State University
State Licensing
Arizona, Colorado

Medical Negligence Claims

When you go to a hospital for medical treatment, you assume that you will be taken care of by professionals in an appropriate manner. In no way would you expect to contract a nasty virus and end up more sick than you were when you got to the hospital. However, it does happen. Patients get sick with viruses they contract during a hospital stay, and sometimes patients leave the hospital with injuries they sustained during their stay. If you have contracted a virus or sustained injury due to the negligent acts of a nurse, doctor or surgeon, it is your responsibility to make a medical negligence claim. This is your legal and civil right.

Unfortunately, there are times when any doctor could fail to diagnose certain conditions such as cancer, for example. If cancer is left untreated, serious complications can arise. The most effective treatment for any type of cancer is to catch the disease in its early stages as soon as possible. With certain forms of cancer, not finding it until it has already reached the later stages and treatment is no longer an option can result in serious illness or premature loss of life. This negligence is serious and should not be left unreported.

On the other hand, there are cases where someone has been diagnosed with cancer or some other disorder when none actually existed. A misdiagnosis can result in a high level of anxiety and stress, not to mention drug therapy and surgeries that are not necessary. It is possible for a person to contract an illness from the drugs they are given that they never should have been instructed to take in the first place. In such a case, the actual illness can be left untreated with the possibility of becoming worse.

Since medical negligence claims have a tendency to get complicated and can take months before anything is accomplished, it is vital that you locate a specialist solicitor who has medical negligence claim experience.

If you have been victimised by medical negligence and plan to make a compensation claim, your case will greatly depend on medical evidence. Either you or your insurance company will have to foot the bill for such documentation, which can be quite expensive. You will need evidence to prove that the surgeon, nurse, doctor or other medical personnel that you are making the claim against owes you a “duty of care”. This is the general legal duty on all organisations and individuals to avoid careless harm to anyone. The medical professional must prove that everything within reason is being done to ensure the safety and health of everyone at the place of business.

Making a medical negligence claim is quite simple nowadays, and you will not have to pay a thing. There is a “no win, no fee” agreement in place that lets anyone file a claim with out having to come up with the funds to pay for legal fees. The cost to obtain the medical records you will need for the claim can cost anywhere from £28 to £113. However, your insurance company may be willing to cover this fee. Your personal injury lawyer should be able to inform you every step of the way as to what should be expected. Lawyers usually do not take medical negligence claims on a whim, so they will tell you right away what your chances of winning the case are. Any cost that is incurred will be recovered from the insurance company of the losing party.

Accidents Direct can help you seek financial compensation if you need to file http://www.accidentsdirect.com/medical-negligence.aspx medical negligence claims against the malpractice of a doctor or hospital.



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