FIGHTING MEDICAL MALPRACTICE
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Minnesota Law Firm Representing the Victims of Medical Malpractice

When tragedy occurs during a medical event and you suspect that your doctor or your loved one’s doctor caused the harm, you likely have many questions.  Often times, when a doctor negligently causes harm to a patient, they are unable or unwilling to provide straight answers to your questions or may avoid your questions altogether.  If we accept your case, we will get you the answers that you are looking for.  We will work with medical experts to determine how the mistake was made and to show how it could have been prevented.

 

We represent victims of medical malpractice, and through the litigation and trial process, seek to find the answers to their questions. Our clients are usually everyday men and women, who due to medical mistakes, suddenly find themselves in incredibly tragic situations, often involving: the unexpected death of a loved one, facing a lifetime with permanent disability or a long and steep road to recovery.

Helping Families Harmed by Medical Mistakes and Preventing Future Medical Malpractice

It is our firm’s goal to make medicine safer for everyone. By holding doctors and hospitals accountable for their mistakes, there is a much greater chance that the same mistake is never committed again. When victims of medical malpractice achieve justice, it forces hospitals, HMOs, and doctors to take notice, look closely at their current procedures, and make necessary changes to prevent future tragedies. By attempting to make sure that victims of medical malpractice are provided the future medical care and resources they need to move forward in their lives, we strive to provide both justice and peace of mind.

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Birth Injury

Awaiting the birth of a new child is a time filled with anticipation, excitement, and hope.  An unanticipated birth injury to your child, however, can be devastating.  Some birth injuries are recognizable immediately upon birth and others parents may not notice for months after the birth.  Many birth injuries are permanent, irreversible, and can impact the child’s development, health, and well-being for life.  While some birth injuries are unavoidable, others can be the result of a doctor or medical provider’s improper oversight, negligence, and/or departure from the normal standard of care.  Physicians, hospital staff, and nurses can all be responsible for birth injuries.

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misdiagnosed heart attacks

Heart attacks are quite common in the United States, with around 735,000 Americans experiencing a heart attack each year. Minnesota hospitals are expected to have the equipment and properly trained staff to handle potential heart attack patients. Unfortunately, many heart attack patients are not properly treated, resulting in significant injury to the patient or even death.

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undiagnosed infections

Infections can become serious and potentially life threatening if left untreated.  Most infections can be successfully treated if they are recognized in time by a healthcare provider and a plan for treatment is quickly administered.  There are two general categories of infections: bacterial infections and viral infections.

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nursing home Neglect

When you place a loved one in a nursing home, you trust the facility’s medical staff to do their jobs and provide the medical care and attention your parent or family member needs.  While most medical care facilities do an excellent job caring for loved ones, others may be understaffed or hire and retain health aids that neglect or outright abuse residents.

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delay in cancer diagnosis

A physician or doctor’s failure to diagnose cancer in a timely manner can lead to tragic results including significant injury and death.  If cancer is found early it is usually easier to treat or ultimately cure.  Doctors and health care providers have many cancer screening tools at their disposal such as physical exams; laboratory tests involving urine, blood, or samples of the tissue (biopsy); and imaging procedures.  There are many reasons a doctor may fail to diagnose a cancer.

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paralysis

Paraplegia and quadriplegia often result from major trauma, such as automobile accidents. Medical mistakes, however, can damage the spinal cord, leaving the patient either paraplegic or quadriplegic.

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