In medical malpractice cases, a patient has been injured because their doctor was negligent.  A doctor is negligent when he treats or fails to treat his patient in a way that a reasonably, prudent physician in the same or similar field would treat the patient, thereby causing injury to the patient. 
Doctors occasionally fail to diagnose cancer, appendicitis or an aortic aneurysm.  Doctors, pharmacies and nurses occasionally make medication errors.  But not every negative outcome is caused by medical negligence. Patients die or get hurt even when they receive the best care. It is therefore important to seek counsel to help you find resources and investigate your potential medical malpractice claim.  It is also important to keep your own notes throughout your experience.
If you suspect that your injury may be caused by a doctor or hospital's negligence, call our experienced lawyers for a consultation so we can help you investigate your claim.  
Carmichael Ellis & Brock, PLLC, represents patients injured by:
  • failure to diagnose / misdiagnosis
  • hospital errors
  • nursing home errors, falls, abuse
  • surgical errors
  • medication errors 

PLEASE NOTE: Each case has different circumstances and therefore past results do not guarantee future outcomes. Although this is advice provided by a lawyer, it should not be considered legal advice. There is no attorney-client relationship until retainer agreement signed by client and lawyer.

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