Kansas City Medical Malpractice Lawyers
A successful medical malpractice lawsuit must prove that the plaintiff
was injured because the doctor or other health care professional did not
use the same reasonable standard of treatment and care that another competent
doctor would use in similar circumstances. Medical malpractice lawsuits
require a lot of preparation and detailed work with a team of medical
experts who will review all the relevant medical records and develop their
professional analysis regarding the appropriate standard of treatment
and how the doctor in question failed to meet that standard.
If you have been injured as a result of medical malpractice, contact a
Kansas City personal injury lawyer at Martin & Wallentine in order
to discuss the pertinent details and obtain critical information regarding
the legal options available to you. Their attorneys are passionate about
obtaining justice for those harmed by substandard medical care and will
work tirelessly to secure proper compensation for your suffering. Our
personal injury law team has unmatched commitment to our clients and their cases.
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Medical malpractice lawsuits are sometimes most successful in front of
a jury, and the firm's attorneys have years of successful experience
as persuasive trial lawyers. Part of being a persuasive trial attorney
is recognizing the quality of persuasiveness in other professionals: in
medical malpractice cases, the firm's lawyers put a lot of effort
into recruiting medical experts who will be effective in telling the client's
story to the jury.
Types Of Medical Malpractice
Medical malpractice arises in a wide variety of situations, including:
Misdiagnosis of illness or injury that results in unnecessary suffering or a
- Emergency room errors, where triage or emergency surgery causes additional
injury or death
- Errors during scheduled surgery
negligence or abuse, where the nursing home doctors or other health care professionals
fail to safeguard their elderly patients against falls, malnutrition,
bedsores, or other unnecessary injuries or illnesses
Answers To Your Questions About Medical Malpractice Lawsuits
If you or a family member has questions about filing a medical malpractice lawsuit,
contact a Kansas City personal injury lawyer for advice. You will not be charged a fee for the first conversation-during
which you'll discuss the circumstances of your situation and learn
about the legal options available to you.
We practice extensively and have represented hundreds of clients throughout
Johnson County and cities including Olathe, Gardner, Lenexa, Overland
Park, Shawnee, Leawood, and Kansas City.