There are many examples of medical professionals breaching their duty to their patients:
1.Ignoring or misreading laboratory results
2. Failing to account for a patient’s medical history
3. Failing to warn a patient of known risks
4. Failing to review the patient’s current medications
5. Failing to adequately monitor or treat symptoms or prescribing contraindicated medications. A poor medical result, however, does not mean that the doctor or medical provider committed malpractice. Your doctor or medical provider must have acted in a manner that was not reasonable and a breach of the standard of care.
If you suspect breach of duty has taken place by one of the doctors you see, then you need to speak to a qualified attorney right away. You may be able to seek damages if you have a case. The best way to find out is if you have a case so the attorney can review the facts and get back to you. We at Davis Kelin Law Firm would be happy to talk to you to discuss your case. Call us at 505-242-7200.
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