Failure to diagnose: If a competent doctor would have made a different diagnosis which would have resulted in a better result, this could be considered malpractice.
Improper treatments: The medical professional, or doctor, issues treatment in a way that no other competent doctor would, or does not complete treatment.
Failure to inform a patient of known risks: Doctors have a duty to warn patients of known risks of a procedure or course of treatment — this is known as the duty of informed consent. This applies to patients who might not have gone through with a procedure had they known about the risks involved.
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J. Grant Walker has been practicing law in Arizona since 1981.
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Graham County - Safford, Thatcher, and Pima areas
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