Medical malpractice (also referred to as medical negligence), may be committed by doctors when they make surgical errors, fail to diagnose serious medical conditions, fail to provide proper treatment, or make other medical errors. Hospitals may also commit medical negligence if the nursing staff provides improper or inadequate medical care.
For example, Mr. Heiney has helped clients to receive compensation in cases involving surgical errors resulting in severed ureters, punctured bladder, nerve damage incurred during surgery, prescription medication errors, failure to diagnose lung cancer, failure to diagnose prostate cancer, failure to diagnose a ruptured spleen, failure to diagnose a ruptured appendix, failure to diagnose and treat serious infections, and catastrophic birth injuries. While working with co-counsel, Gregory Patton, Esq., we obtained an $8,000,000 settlement for the negligence of a doctor and hospital that resulted in a serious birth injury. Mr. Heiney has also helped other clients who were victims of medical errors by obtaining settlements ranging from $250,000 to $2,600,000.
Medical malpractice cases are complex and require representation by an experienced medical malpractice attorney. Clifford L. Heiney has effectively handled numerous medical malpractice claims against doctors and hospitals, and has consistently obtained substantial compensation for his clients. Our client testimonials vouch for our commitment to obtaining maximum compensation for clients and family members who have been seriously injured or died as a result of medical errors.
Mr. Heiney is committed to obtaining fair compensation for individuals who have incurred serious injuries caused by careless medical errors and negligent medical care.
If you believe that you or a family member has been injured by the medical errors of a doctor or hospital, you should contact an attorney who is experienced and knowledgeable about the complex issues of medical malpractice.
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