When you or a family member has to seek care from a medical professional, you expect that you will receive safe, effective, and helpful treatment. Unfortunately, all too often, medical professionals make mistakes that can cause harm to you or your family. When this happens or a medical professional commits a grievous act of negligence, it is considered medical malpractice.
Medical malpractice can cause horrible injuries, side effects, and suffering for you or your family member. If this ever occurs, you need to seek the help of an experienced attorney that will make your family his priority. Christopher W. Jeffress of Jeffress Law is the lawyer you need when seeking justice in any type of professional malpractice case. Please contact him today for a free case review by calling (303) 732-6634.
Types of Medical Malpractice
Medical malpractice can occur any time a physician makes a mistake or doesn’t offer a patient the proper level of care that they should. A doctor takes an oath that primarily states, above all, they should “do no harm.” However, a doctor has to make a lot of snap decisions and, if they delay these, it can lead to egregious suffering. Medical malpractice can occur from any of the following:
- Drug interactions
- Surgical errors
- Failure to refer to a specialist
- Improper testing or lack of testing
- Birth injuries
- Anesthesia errors
- Emergency room errors or delays in care
- Failure to diagnose/improper diagnoses
Seek Help with Your Medical Malpractice Case
When you or a family member has suffered because of medical malpractice, you do have options. Our attorney, Mr. Jeffress, can help you seek compensation that will help with medical bills, recuperation, extended medical care, and other needs.
Mr. Jeffress prides himself on being personally invested in every client’s case and will ensure that you receive the best-possible representation available. You will never be treated like a number, nor will you ever have your case passed on to an associate. Mr. Jeffress handles every case personally. He will always be there to answer questions and take your phone calls, and will never pass your case along to another attorney or firm.
Jeffress Law will review your case for free and, after that, operates on a contingency-fee basis, meaning that you will not pay anything up-front nor will you pay a dime until Mr. Jeffress earns an award or settlement for your suffering.
For help with your case, please contact Jeffress Law today by filling out our contact form or calling us at (303) 732-6634. We serve clients in Broomfield, Longmont, and Boulder, Colorado.