Medical Malpractice

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Medical malpractice is when a doctor, hospital or other medical professional, such as a nurse or technician, makes a mistake or omission that causes an injury to you, the patient.

Medical mistakes can change your life forever. Such mistakes may cause your family unexpected medical procedures, medical bills and an uncertain future. You or your family members may also have lost time from work resulting in lost earnings.  In more tragic instances, a doctor or hospital’s mistake may result in the death of a loved one.

If you have been injured or have lost a loved one as the result of a doctor or hospital’s mistake, The Housenbold Law Firm is prepared to seek justice for your family.  Medical malpractice comes in many different forms, including:

  • Failure to timely diagnose cancer
  • Birth injuries
  • Shoulder dystocia resulting in Erbs palsy or other brachial plexus injury
  • Surgery errors and mistakes
  • Anesthesia mistakes
  • Patient falls
  • Medication mistakes
  • Dental malpractice
  • Other injuries or death resulting from delay in diagnosis or failure to properly treat a medical disease or condition

The Housenbold Law Firm can help you and your family with your case.  Contact us today for a free attorney consultation.


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