Delays in diagnosis and treatment are the most common type of medical malpractice cases in Grand Rapids Michigan. Unfortunately, delays in diagnosis and treatment can be deadly and cause severe harm.

In order to prevail in a medical malpractice claim for delay in diagnosis and treatment you must establish four elements. There element of a claim are duty, breach, proximate cause, and injury. In a claim for delays in diagnosis and treatment, proving duty is typically the easiest element. A doctor has a duty to treat his or her patents. Secondly, it must be proven that the doctor breached the duty of care of a doctor is a similar specialty (the doctor misdiagnosed the illness or delayed in proper treatment). The third element is that this negligence or medical malpractice is the proximate cause of the injuries (causation). Lastly, actual damages need to be proven by the plaintiff. All four elements are required to prevail in a medical malpractice claim.

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If you are facing a serious Medical Malpractice injury for delays in diagnosis or treatment in Grand Rapids, Michigan, a good Medical Malpractice attorney is not optional, it is a requirement! Our attorneys can answer your questions with straight talk. Having the right Medical Malpractice attorney on your side can relieve your stress during this difficult situation. Our attorneys have over 95 years of trial experience. Our attorneys have extensive trial experience.

When you need a Grand Rapids Delay in Diagnosis and Treatment Medical Malpractice Attorney, remember to call Krupp Law Offices PC for fast honest advice about your Medical Malpractice problems and get honest advice about your options. Krupp Law Offices represents clients in cases throughout West Michigan, including the cities of Grand Rapids, Big Rapids, Ionia, Grand Haven, Stanton, Greenville, Wayland, Allegan, Holland, Newaygo, White Cloud, Fremont, Coopersville, Hastings, Middleville, Wyoming, Rockford and Portage, including Kent County, Ottawa County, Newaygo County, Ionia County, Mecosta County, Barry County, Montcalm County, and Allegan County, Michigan.

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Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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