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Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice Lawyers

We are taught from a very young age to trust our doctors. After all, we put our ongoing care – and even our lives - in their hands. Unfortunately, mistakes happen to the best of us and our medical caregivers are not exempt. The problem, however, is that the mistakes made by doctors, nurses, and other medical caregivers can result in long term injury and even death. From oversight to negligence, medical malpractice is a blanket term that refers to the actions or inactions of medical caregivers that result in bodily injury or death to their patient.

More unfortunate is the fact that medical malpractice accounts for thousands of preventable deaths each and every year. And for those patients who are injured or lose their life at the hands of those they trusted, they may simply become a number among the statistics.

Those who have faced such horrific circumstances are often hard pressed to feel comfortable in pursuing a legal case – even if it is perfectly legitimate. The reasons for such uneasiness, of course, can easily derive from the confusion and intimidation that many people feel in going up against large hospitals and insurance companies. At SeifertMiller, our attorneys have a combined four decades of experience representing insurance companies; we understand the complexities of the industry and are well practiced in navigating within medical circles.

If you or someone you love has been injured as a result of medical malpractice – or medical malpractice was the cause of a wrongful death for someone in your family - pick up the phone and call SeifertMiller - an AV-rated personal injury law firm. Our legal team will be happy to provide you with a free consultation and compassionate evaluation of your case.


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