Spinal Cord Injuries
We Help Spinal Cord Injury Victims
The most tragic situations, which are often clear examples of medical malpractice, are those that involve a person going to a doctor for help and instead winding up with greater injuries. Many of these types of cases involve catastrophic injuries to the spinal cord and many of them were likely preventable.
The attorneys at the Michigan law firm of McKeen & Associates are committed to standing up for the rights of hospital and doctor malpractice victims. We are committed to getting fair compensation for those who have suffered catastrophic spinal cord injuries. Our team serves clients throughout Michigan, Illinois and elsewhere in the United States.
Multimillion-Dollar Results In Spinal Cord Cases
For decades, our law firm has successfully helped many malpractice victims obtain fair compensation. We take pride in the fact that we have helped these people get the help they needed to move forward with their lives. When you turn to us, you can be confident that more than 30 years of experience and results will be put to work for you.
When it comes to medical malpractice, spinal cord injuries are typically the result of mistakes made by a doctor while trying to address another condition. Others are the result of a failure to recognize and treat a serious condition. Some examples of the types of cases we handle include:
- A patient goes in for knee repair and is allowed to become too hypotensive during surgery, which leads to a serious spinal cord injury
- A patient is involved in a car accident and goes to the emergency room, where he is told he is fine only to suffer paralysis later
- A patient is provided an anesthetic improperly and suffers epidural hematoma
Our ability to bring in the most trusted experts means that we can build a solid case in even the most complex situations. You can rest assured that we will strive for the positive results you need.
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Email us or call us at 313-524-8570 to speak to a lawyer about your medical malpractice case.