Hospital & Doctor Denying Fault in Michigan
In the past, if a suspected case of medical malpractice occurred in a clinic or a hospital, it was common practice for doctors and other medical professionals to keep their mouths shut, if not outright deny that any malpractice had occurred. Nowadays, many medical professionals and institutions feel that it can be beneficial to provide an apology to the people who are harmed by possible medical malpractice. While this gesture is often appreciated, it is still typical for hospitals and doctors to deny fault if any legal action is threatened.
At the Detroit-area offices of Meyers Law PLLC, our attorneys have extensive experience handling all types of medical malpractice claims. We work with a team of experts to help determine exactly what went wrong, even when doctors and hospitals are providing blanket denials. To learn more about your options and how we may be able to help, call 866-428-2047 to schedule a free initial consultation.
Was The Medical Standard Of Care Breached?
The general premise of personal injury law is that everyone is owed a duty of care. When that duty is breached, for example by a reckless driver who causes an accident or through a defective product that reached the market, then the person who has been harmed by the breach can sue for negligence.
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Medical malpractice.operates on a somewhat different scale. In order to successfully win a malpractice claim, you must show that the medical standard of care was breached. There is a certain amount of risk that comes along with any type of medical procedure. Accidents and injuries do occur, and when they do they may not amount to malpractice. However, if it can be shown that harm resulted because the accepted medical standard of care was not followed, you will have a strong claim for malpractice
Contact Our Lawyers For A Free Consultation
When doctors or institutions deny fault or claim that the medical standard of care was followed, our attorneys can help determine whether legal action is likely to hold them accountable. Call 866-428-2047 or contact us online for a free initial consultation. From our offices in the Detroit metropolitan area, we provide representation to people throughout Michigan