Kidney Disease Law Attorneys
More than 615,000 people in the United States have end-stage renal failure, according to the National Kidney Foundation. About 430,000 are dialysis patients, and more than 185,000 people in the U.S. are kidney transplant recipients. In 2011, more than 92,000 people died from a kidney-related medical condition. When kidney failure is diagnosed early and properly, progress from the early stages to advanced kidney failure can be slowed or even halted, improving quality of life and reducing the negative toll it takes on one’s life. In too many cases, however, early diagnosis and proper treatment simply do not happen, and patients suffer serious symptoms that can ultimately lead to death, including kidney damage, kidney failure, renal disease, or renal insufficiency. For many, this grim reality is avoidable, but only with the proper care. When tests aren’t conducted or the results are not interpreted properly when a necessary referral to a specialist is not ordered, and when kidney disease isn’t treated or when it’s treated improperly, it’s considered medical malpractice and your physician may hold liability. Our goal is to help patients who are seeking compensation and help following an incidence of medical malpractice or medical accidents impacting patients with renal failure.
WE HELP KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS
At the Miami law office of Kurzban, Kurzban, Weinger, Tetzeli & Pratt, P.A., our experienced kidney failure law attorneys help kidney disease patients and their families locally and around the United States. If medical negligence has resulted in kidney failure or other health complications, call us as soon as possible because time is of the essence when it comes to a case involving medical malpractice or wrongful death. We provide this website as a resource for our own clients and for others who suffer from kidney disease. You can learn more on this website regarding:
- The definition of kidney disease;
- How kidney failure is diagnosed;
- The cause of kidney disease;
- How can kidney failure be treated;
- Methods used not only to treat but also manage kidney disease;
- The medications, drugs and treatments available to renal failure patients;
- The role of a nephrologist;
- Where to seek treatment for renal failure;
- How to spot medical malpractice; and
- Why you should speak to an attorney if you suspect malpractice.
Kurzban, Kurzban, Weinger, Tetzeli & Pratt, P.A., is a Miami law firm with an impressive record of victories for our malpractice clients who struggle with kidney disease. Our practice is committed to helping clients discover the reason for their kidney failure and advocate on behalf of malpractice victims in Florida, and in cooperation with local attorneys, we represent patients across the United States.
EXPERIENCED ATTORNEYS YOU CAN TRUST
Our managing partner, Marvin Kurzban, has over 35 years of personal injury and medical malpractice experience that he will leverage as he works on your behalf. This includes more than 25 years of experience representing kidney disease patients. Marvin teams with his son, Attorney Jed Kurzban, who has over a decade of experience representing kidney failure sufferers. If you’ve suffered serious complications, trust your case to a law firm that focuses on kidney disease as one of our primary practice areas. Please contact our law office in Miami immediately for a free consultation with an experienced Florida medical malpractice attorney by calling 888.233.7667, or contact us by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org.