Malpractice & Kidney Disease | Medical Malpractice Attorney

In the United States, medical malpractice costs more than $3 billion every year. Every day in this country, and in fact at least several times a day, an innocent person is injured due to the negligence or carelessness of a healthcare provider. The malpractice could be an inaccurate diagnosis, a surgical mistake, or a medication error. For patients suffering from kidney disease, such malpractice incidents can lead to unnecessary affliction, injury, and sometimes even wrongful death. If you are a kidney disease patient who has suffered because of medical malpractice, discuss your rights and options at once with a medical malpractice attorney who exclusively represents malpractice victims with kidney disease.

If you’ve been injured – while you were already suffering with kidney disease – you should not be concerned with cost. The overwhelming majority of medical malpractice lawsuits – 93 percent – are settled out of court. What this means for a malpractice victim is that filing a malpractice claim may cost much less than you think it will. If your claim can be negotiated without going to trial, you may be able to obtain a just settlement from the healthcare provider’s insurance company, and you’ll pay far less in legal fees. Don’t let any fears or concerns keep you from seeking justice. A good medical malpractice lawyer can explain all of the details before you decide to file a lawsuit.

You do not have forever to file a medical malpractice claim. The statute of limitations in most states begins the moment that medical malpractice occurs. Contact an experienced medical malpractice attorney immediately to make certain that your claim is filed on time. A good malpractice lawyer can evaluate your case and fight aggressively for the compensation and justice you need. If you have been injured by malpractice while seeking medical treatment for kidney disease, make the call to an experienced medical malpractice attorney as quickly as possible.

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.