Medical Malpractice


Medical malpractice occurs when a hospital, doctor, or healthcare professional causes injury to you through an act of negligence or omission. These could be errors in diagnosis, treatment, surgery, aftercare or other health management. If you think that you’ve suffered from medical malpractice, contact our legal team to discuss your case.

What Kind of Lawyer Do I Need for a Medical Malpractice Case in Michigan?

Health care professionals have an obligation to provide patients with the widely accepted standard of care.  But sometimes, health care professionals...

5 things to know about obstetric medical malpractice

A significant percentage of medical malpractice, or negligence, occurs at the hands of obstetricians and gynecologists.  Their negligent mistakes and...

Can your baby suffer a birth injury from an epidural injection?

Epidurals are a widely accepted and efficient way of handling tremendous pain during labor. In fact, more than half of women in labor request an...

How Do Medical Malpractice Attorneys Take Cases?

Medical malpractice and negligence occurs far too often and in many different forms. From misdiagnosing to prescribing the wrong prescription; from a...

Can you sue a hospital for neonatal meningitis?

Newborns are mostly at risk for meningitis within the first month to two months.  Obstetricians must proactively look for signs and symptoms to...

What You Should Know about Pharmaceutical Malpractice?

Medication mix-ups occur in more than 100,000 prescriptions each year.  More serious cases, which result in life-threatening injuries, are one out of...

What is Michigan’s Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice?

The legal world can be intimidating, largely due to the complex terminology involved.  In any medical malpractice lawsuit made against a medical...

How Settlement Negotiations Work in a Medical Malpractice Case

Most medical malpractice lawsuits never reach the light of the courtroom.  The vast majority of these cases, around 90%, are settled out of court as a...

Can I File a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit if I Signed a Liability Waiver?

Signing a medical liability waiver does not automatically disqualify you from filing a medical malpractice lawsuit. Read that again.  If you’re...

Why You Shouldn’t Wait to File a Medical Malpractice Case

If you’re reading this article, then chances are that you, or someone you know, has an injury resulting from a medical provider. You may consider filing a...

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