Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice Law

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Medical malpractice occurs when a patient is harmed by a medical professional
who is negligent or fails to deliver the appropriate standard of care. Contact J. Grant Walker, PLLC for an appointment.
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Common Types of Medical Malpractice

  • 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.
If you feel that your doctor has been negligent and the negligence has caused you physical pain, permanent injury, increased medical bills, or loss of work, contact us for a consultation today.
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