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Medical Malpractice Cases

Medical professionals are highly trusted, making medical malpractice cases complex and challenging to prove. Patients who have suffered injury or death due to medical mistakes deserve justice. The Glenn Armentor Law Corporation has extensive experience in successfully handling medical malpractice cases in this region.

Remember, it is crucial to NEVER SIGN or ADMIT to anything without consulting us for legal advice. Anything you say or sign can be used against you. 

Medical malpractice can occur in various settings, including labs, diagnostic centers, and during surgeries. If you suspect that you or a loved one has been a victim of a medical error, contact us today for a free case evaluation

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If you or a loved one have experienced unnecessary pain and suffering due to medical negligence, you may have a malpractice case. Proving malpractice can be challenging, but our list of Do’s and Don’ts will guide you in making informed decisions to protect your rights and avoid costly mistakes.

What To Do In Case Medical Malpractice:

Seek legal advice you suspect you or a family member might be the victim of medical malpractice.

Insist on certified copies

Insist on certified copies of all medical records relating to your treatment. Medical records are confidential but as the patient you have a right to all records—including charges.

Write a diary or ledger

Write a diary or ledger with notes on everything the doctor, medical facility, and staff told or instructed you to do.

Keep an accurate chronological record

Keep an accurate chronological record of when you first sought treatment, the names of any specialists you were referred to, outpatient care, etc.

Seek a second opinion

Seek a second opinion from a qualified doctor but do not share your suspicions of malpractice with the second doctor.

Cease receiving care from the source you suspect

Cease receiving care from the source you suspect might be committing malpractice against you, unless that provider is in the midst of a complex treatment and it would be inappropriate or detrimental to make an immediate change.

Seek the advice and representation of an attorney

Seek the advice and representation of an attorney who concentrates his/her practice in the area of medical malpractice, as very few attorneys are competent in handling these cases.


What Not Do In Case Of Medical Malpractice:

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