What are the causes? -

The most common kidney diseases are chronic, meaning they cannot be “cured” but can be well-managed. With the exception of acute cases, it is not uncommon for a person to treat his or her chronic kidney disease (CKD) and never require dialysis or a transplant. The important thing is to be properly diagnosed and treated by the proper professionals.

Unfortunately, when not properly diagnosed or cared for, CKD can result in end-stage renal failure. The only way a patient can survive this is through continued dialysis and ultimately a kidney transplant. If you believe you are a victim of medical negligence, and as a result are suffering from kidney/renal failure, our firm can help you.

By: Jed Kurzban

Medical malpractice attorney Jed Kurzban graduated from the University of Alabama in 1992 and earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law in 1995. He is a member of the Dade County Bar Association, the Florida Bar Association, the American Association for Justice, the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers, and the American Bar Association. Mr. Kurzban is happily married and the father of two.

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