Medical Malpractice Lawyers Fighting for Injured People Throughout Massachusetts
Medical malpractice is something doctors and hospitals don't like to talk about, but it's a fact of medical care. According to the Institute of Medicine, up to 100,000 lives are lost each year because of hospital errors. Many more lives are lost because of mistakes in doctors' offices, medical labs and pharmacies.
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Medical negligence may be obscured behind complex medical jargon. At the Keches Law Group, P.C., our medical malpractice attorneys have the experience and knowledge to thoroughly analyze your concerns, and to uncover the truth about what occurred.
If you feel that you or a loved one has been seriously harmed by medical negligence, contact us for a free consultation with an experienced lawyer. Based upon our extensive experience and nationwide network of highly qualified medical experts, we can evaluate your case and give you straight answers about what happened. Our firm has a no-fee policy, which means that you only pay attorney's fees when we get a successful result in your case.
Our lawyers are able to successfully handle any kind of medical negligence case, including:
- Delay in the diagnosis of cancer — including breast, colon, lung, prostate, kidney, thyroid, cervical, ovarian, skin or others
- Improper interpretation of medical tests including pap smears, mammogram films and other radiological studies
- Children born with severe brain injuries or cerebral palsy, developmental delays, seizure disorders, or disabling arm injuries (Erb's palsy) due to mistakes made during the prenatal period or during labor and delivery
- Wrongful death of newborns, children and adults
- Disfiguring, disabling and deforming injuries of children and adults
- Failure to properly diagnose the warning signs for heart attack, stroke, or infection.
- Failure to notify patients of important test results
- Surgical errors including the improper administration of anesthesia or other operative mistakes
- Medication errors and improper monitoring by nurses, including the failure to properly notify physicians of important changes in a patient's condition
- Psychiatric negligence including inappropriate doctor-patient relationships
Medical malpractice can happen due to poor judgment, carelessness, understaffing or inadequate knowledge or experience. Contact us for a free consultation to discuss your concerns. Our attorneys will provide you with an experienced analysis of your unique situation. The attorneys of the Keches Law Group, P.C., represent clients in medical negligence cases in the greater Boston area and throughout Massachusetts.