Experienced Colonoscopy Malpractice Lawyers – File Your Claim Here

Medical Malpractice

Colon cancer is the second leading cancer in the country, and the disease is described as insidious, which means that you may not know that you have it until it is too late. To this end, it is vital that individuals over a certain age go for colonoscopies, which is a procedure where a doctor inserts a tube with a camera into the colon in order to check for anomalies such as polyps or the beginnings of a bowel disease. In order to prepare oneself for a colonoscopy, patients are asked to drink a special liquid that helps void the bowels for a successful procedure. As with any other profession, medicine has its fair share of negligent experts. Colonoscopy negligence can take on many forms, and the patient may suffer severe, life-altering complications due to said negligence. It is vital that you understand that you have rights which are protected under medical malpractice, and should negligence lead to health complications after a colonoscopy, then you have every right to sue for money damages, something we would be more than happy to help you with.

Are you looking for a colonoscopy malpractice attorney? The experienced medical malpractice attorneys at McCready Law have over 90 YEARS of combined legal experience that we’d love to put to work on your case. If you were injured during a routine colonoscopy, please call us NOW at (773) 825-3605 to learn more about your legal options for justice and compensation. We have sufficient trial experience, and unlike most law firms, we are not afraid to litigate. All your cases will be handled by a real colonoscopy lawsuit attorney and not a paralegal, and we’ll be available to speak with you during the course of your lawsuit, sending you regular updates from time to time. Wherever you are in the country, we can help: please call us NOW at (773) 825-3605 to learn more about your legal options.

Here are some of the instances of colonoscopy malpractice:

  1. Failure to take the patients complete or accurate medical history prior
  2. Failure to obtain informed consent
  3. Failure to timely perform colonoscopies for at risk individuals
  4. Failure to complete a colonoscopy even after the performance of bowel preparation
  5. Failure to refer patient to a specialist upon detecting bowel abnormalities
  6. Colon perforation with the camera, a rare but possible occurrence
  7. Failure to provide treatment for a cancerous growth or polyp

Experienced Colonoscopy Malpractice Lawyers – Call Us NOW!

In order to have a valid colonoscopy malpractice lawsuit, you must prove with our medical malpractice colonoscopy lawyers that there existed a duty of care between you and your physician that was breached due to the negligence actions of your physician. These are the foundations of any medical malpractice lawsuit, and without them, it may be virtually impossible to win your claim. The damages you could potentially recover when it comes to colonoscopy malpractice lawsuits include things like cost of past, present and future medical care, lost wages, pain and suffering, mental anguish, loss of consortium, legal fees, and so much more. Need to speak with one of our experienced colonoscopy lawsuit attorneys? Simply call (773) 825-3605 RIGHT NOW for your FREE legal consultation. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.