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In this day and age surgeries are becoming more and more complicated and common. While many patients have successful surgeries, there are still situations in which patients have complications. Sometimes these complications happen because of the surgeon or doctor’s negligence. If you have had surgery and ended up with serious complications or new pain as a result of the surgery and believe they are a result of negligence, you may be able to make a claim against the physician who performed the surgery. Medical Malpractice cases in the state of Arizona often require a large amount of record keeping and organization. Don’t spend another day dealing with complications from your surgery without contacting us to discuss the possibility of a medical malpractice lawsuit.
While we don’t accept every Medical Malpractice Case, we do accept certain cases. Contact our Medical Malpractice Lawyers today to learn more about Medical Malpractice Cases and to find out if you have a claim.
Types of Medical Malpractice Cases
Medical Malpractice cases can be complicated and require a great deal of organization and record keeping. Medical Malpractice cases include:
- Delayed Diagnosis
- Surgical Errors
- Prescription and Medication Malpractice
- Practicing Medicine Without A License
- Injuries from Negligence
- Wrongful Death Due to Medical Malpractice
- X-Ray Radiation Overdose and Malpractice
- Pain Medication Addiction
Experienced Medical Malpractice Lawyers
At Chuck Franklin Law we have been practicing medical malpractice law in Arizona since 1987. Our lawyers and Civil Paralegals have combined experience of over 50 years working on Medical Malpractice and similar Personal Injury matters. Often times Medical Malpractice matters are complicated due to the large amounts of paperwork and other information which must be collected and analyzed to make a case. Lawyers must adhere to many deadlines, and a statute of limitations while working on a Medical Malpractice matter. An experienced attorney can make a huge difference in the outcomes of cases like this. Choose Chuck Franklin Law for experienced representation. You should not leave your case in less experienced hands, call today for a free consultation!
According to the Arizona Revised Statutes, the Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury cases is only two years from the time of the incident. You have a total of two years to file a lawsuit from the time of the incident, once this time is up, you cannot sue for your injuries. It is important that you start the process of a lawsuit as soon as possible. Important information about your case may become harder to acquire over time. It is also possible that any witnesses to your injuries may forget facts over time. You should contact us as soon as possible, so we can begin working on you case. Don’t let your matter become barred by the passage of time!
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