Brownstown Medical Malpractice Attorneys Serving the Downriver Community

Doctors are required to take an oath to do no harm but, from time to time, serious mistakes can occur in hospitals, medical offices, and clinics. Sadly, the effects of medical malpractice can be devastating to patients who are counting on treatment to get better, not worse.

Our Brownstown personal injury attorneys work with people and their families located in Downriver, Detroit, and throughout Southeast Michigan, who suspect their doctor or other medical provider made a mistake. We help you determine whether you have a legal case against a doctor or hospital — and what steps you should take next to get your medical bills paid, along with possible other money damages. Contact us for a free consultation any time.

We charge no fees until you recover compensation. And we are happy to travel to you at home or in the hospital.

When Medicine Goes Wrong: What is Medical Negligence?

When seeing a physician or medical professional for an issue, we expect to be properly diagnosed and treated for our illness. Unfortunately not every precaution is always taken by doctors, surgeons or hospital staff. Medical professionals can act negligently or carelessly which can lead to serious or fatal injuries to the patient. In these situations, it is important to have the assistance of a strong legal advocate.

If you have been affected by any of the following in Michigan, please call Brownstown attorney Bryan Yaldou today:

  • Serious injuries from medical mistakes
  • Wrongful death
  • Misdiagnoses or failure to diagnosis
  • Medical procedure and surgical errors
  • Medical negligence
  • Medication errors
  • Hospital, medical facility, hospital staff, and clinic errors
  • Defective knee/hip replacements
  • Birth injuries

Call Our Team of Michigan Medical Malpractice Attorneys Today

If you or a loved one has been the victim of medical malpractice, please contact us today to schedule a risk free consultation.

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