Glomerular Diseases | Medical Malpractice Lawyer


If the carelessness or negligence of healthcare professionals has exacerbated a glomerular kidney disease, you should get legal help and speak to an experienced medical malpractice lawyer at once. According to the Johns Hopkins Medicine website, glomerulonephritis (also called glomerular nephritis or GN) is a group of kidney diseases characterized by inflammation of the glomeruli, the kidney’s tiny filtering units. When inflamed, glomeruli allow protein and blood to pass into the urine. Left untreated, the inflammation can cause high blood pressure, scarring, loss of kidney function, and eventually complete kidney failure. If your doctor fails to diagnose glomerulonephritis, fails to refer you to a kidney specialist, or fails to provide appropriate treatment, it may constitute medical malpractice, and you may need to seek legal assistance from an experienced medical malpractice lawyer.

As blood enters the kidney to begin the filtering process, about a million glomeruli initiate the filtering of toxins and wastes from the blood. Glomerular diseases may be caused by drugs, diseases, infections, or traumatic accidents. Treatment of glomerulonephritis should reduce the inflammation with the goal of slowing and stopping the deterioration of the glomeruli. If you are suffering needlessly because your healthcare provider failed to test for glomerulonephritis, or if your condition has been aggravated by medical carelessness or by medical malpractice, contact an experienced medical malpractice lawyer immediately. Malpractice victims have the right to be compensated for the harm they suffer as the result of malpractice.

If you are struggling with a glomerular disease, you must have the best treatment available. A good malpractice attorney will not only fight for the compensation you need to obtain that treatment; the right lawyer will also see to it that you have access to the medical care you need and that you obtain the justice you deserve. Don’t wait. If you are a kidney disease patient and a victim of medical negligence, speak at once with an experienced medical malpractice lawyer who exclusively represents kidney disease patients. Don’t wait – make the call promptly.

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.