Legal Help for Andrologist and Urologist Medical Malpractice
A lot of people don’t know this, but there are doctors who treat male reproductive issues, just like how women have gynecologists. Andrologists are medically trained in the diagnosis and treatment of male reproductive medical issues, and they handle a wide range of issues, particularly as men get older. Andrologists provide a valuable service, and they are generally underreported by the media because men aren’t as vocal as women when it comes to seeking out medical care and talking about it. Sexual dysfunction is on the rise, and many men are faced with impotence and performance issues, as are prostate and testicular cancers. Hormonal imbalances that start in the reproductive organs also have a way of affecting the cardiovascular system as well as hair and muscle tone, so it is vital that men seek out the medical services of an andrologist asneeded. That said, just because these physicians are indispensable when it comes to male reproductive health doesn’t mean that they aren’t without fault. Misdiagnosis, late diagnosis as well as medical errors can all conspire to rob a man of his reproductive rights and abilities, making it possible for him to file a medical malpractice lawsuit.
Were you the victim of medical negligence from an andrologist? The best medical malpractice attorneys at McCready Law are only a phone call away, ready to unpack your legal grievances and get you the justice and compensation you rightfully deserve. We have over 90 YEARS of legal experience that we would be happy to put to work for you so you can get the compensation you deserve. Our countrywide medical malpractice attorneys work on contingency fee basis, and what this means is that we don’t charge you a cent until we recover compensation on your behalf. If you’d like an assessment of your andrologist malpractice lawsuit, please feel free to give us a call at NO COST at (773) 906-4833 to learn more. Serving medical malpractice patients countrywide.
Andrology is a medical specialty that branches off from urology, for which one must go through medical school, specialize in urology before being certified by a medical board as an andrologist. On average, an andrologis can make between $180,000 to $190,000 a year.
Here are some of the medical issues andrologists handle:
- Erectile dysfunction
- Testicular or penile cancer
- Sexually transmitted infection
- Reproductive organ trauma such as in the case of sports accidents
Andrologists also handle the following types of medical procedures:
- Sperm mapping
- Varicocele repair
- Hormone therapy
- Ejaculatory duct resection
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A medical malpractice claim involving andrologists is valid as long as there was a doctor-patient relationship as this is what informs something called standard of care or duty of care which physicians must adhere to. Should the andrologist behave in a negligent manner causing injury or medical complications, you are well within your rights to file a medical malpractice lawsuit in order to recover damages for things such as medical bills, cost of future surgery, pain and suffering, loss of sexual consortium with your wife, lost wages and so much more. Are you looking to file an urologist malpractice lawsuit? Give us a call NOW at (773) 906-4833 to get started. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.