Infectious Diseases

The medical community can recognize and treat the vast majority of infection-related diseases, from meningitis to group B strep to sepsis and beyond. Failure to diagnose and treat an infection may be an act of medical malpractice.

Turn To Us After Suffering Medical Malpractice

If you or a loved one has been a victim of medical malpractice in the form of a failure to diagnose an infection or failure to treat an infection, we can help. The law firm of McKeen & Associates is dedicated to getting answers, holding careless medical professionals accountable and getting positive results for people like you.

More Than 30 Years Of Experience

Experience makes a difference. At our law firm, we have handled medical malpractice cases before, including those involving failure to treat an infection. We know the steps to take to get positive results because we have taken those steps before. You can count on us to take those steps for you.

The most devastating cases involving failure to treat infection are those that involve newborn children. During childbirth, babies are susceptible to infections. If the mother has an infection, it can easily be passed onto the child.

However, doctors have the knowledge to check for infections such as meningitis. They have the ability to treat mothers for these infections prior to childbirth. Failure to treat infections in these cases is often a clear-cut example of medical malpractice.

Of course, children aren't the only ones susceptible to infections. We can also address cases of post-surgical infections that are improperly treated. Our attorneys can also handle medical error cases involving antibiotics used to treat infections.

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Email us or call us at 866-585-1076 to discuss a doctor's failure to treat an infection with an experienced Michigan lawyer.