Champaign Incorrect Procedure Attorneys
Incorrect medical procedures create serious risks for the unsuspecting patient and depending on the actual treatment required, can potentially cause permanent damage or death if the patient does not receive the needed treatment. Careless diagnosis by the practicing physician or his staff incorrectly taking your medical history is improper and should be discussed with your attorney.
The statute of limitations limits the time which you have for filing a medical malpractice claim. Our attorneys have the appropriate legal background and qualifications to aid you in the prosecution of a civil lawsuit in this matter. Contact the Champaign incorrect procedure attorneys of Spiros Law, P.C., at (217) 328-2828 for an initial consultation today.
Consequences of Incorrect Procedures
Surgical errors due to incorrect procedures can cause:
- Delayed treatment and recovery
- Loss of arms, legs or other body functions
- Internal bleeding
- Incorrect fusing of fractured bones
- Unnecessary exposure to radiation
- Overdosing on pain management drugs, potentially leading to death
The duty of care owed to a patient requires the doctor to spend an adequate amount of time with the patient while diagnosing, treating and helping him or her to recover, and even to consult with other physicians if need be.
Your health is far too important to permit a doctor’s negligence to interfere. Additional medical bills, the prolonged inability to work and other effects of performing an incorrect procedure are likely to be financially crippling. Do not bear them alone. Contact the Champaign incorrect procedure lawyers of Spiros Law, P.C., at (217) 328-2828.