Any time that you seek help from a professional, you deserve to have the expectation that they will treat you according to their oaths and not take advantage of you. Unfortunately, with a position of authority, there are many professionals that abuse their oaths and will not provide you with the treatment you deserve.
When this occurs, it is considered professional malpractice and our attorney can help you seek restitution for your suffering. For help with your case, please contact Jeffress Law today for a free case review. Our attorney, Christopher W. Jeffress, has 25 years of experience representing those in need and will help you and your family get the care and coverage you deserve. Call us at (303) 732-6634.
Types of Professional Malpractice
Professional malpractice can occur any time that someone you trust and pay for their services abuse their power and either mistreat you or misrepresent you. This can occur in any of the following ways:
- Medical malpractice – if your doctor or surgeon commits mistakes, misdiagnoses you, makes an error during surgery, prescribes the wrong drugs, or simply worsens your condition through their lack of treatment, they can be found guilty of medical malpractice.
- Dental malpractice – if your dentist caused you harm, suggested an unnecessary procedure, or performed a procedure that failed and requires years of follow-up treatment, it can be construed as dental malpractice.
- Psychiatric malpractice – when you place your trust in a psychiatrist or psychologist for treatment of your mental health and this person takes advantage of that trust in any way including sexual assault or misdiagnoses, this can be psychiatric malpractice.
- Legal malpractice – when your attorney doesn’t put in the appropriate amount of time representing you, misses deadlines, or hurts your case through their representation, this could be legal malpractice.
Help from Our Attorney
If you’ve been the victim of any type of professional malpractice, our attorney understands how to navigate these difficult cases. He will personally work with you and your family members to get all of the facts and pursue a malpractice suit for your compensation and recompense. He will help you seek justice from those that have wronged you. For a free case review and to discover information about our contingency-fee policy, please contact Jeffress law today by filling out the form on this page or calling (303) 732-6634.