Seattle Medical Malpractice Attorney

Defending Victims of Medical Negligence in Everett & Kirkland

Have you been injured due to medical malpractice or medical negligence? Have you suffered unexpected complications from a surgical or medical procedure where the risks were not properly explained to you?

Were you misdiagnosed or diagnosed too late to treat your illness or injury? Or have you lost a loved one to any of these circumstances? If so, Rob Kornfeld can help you.

Call Rob now at (425) 657-5255 if you need a Seattle medical malpractice lawyer. Rob and his staff are available to help you.

Rob has been a medical malpractice attorney in Seattle for more than 30 years and understands what you’re going through. Medical errors can be devastating and the toll they can take on your life can be irreversible. If you’ve got medical bills piling up for the procedures that caused you the injury, from the doctor or hospital that provided you poor quality care, that can add insult to injury. Let us help.

Types of Medical Malpractice Cases We Handle

Medical malpractice and negligence come in many different forms but all are serious, can leave you with permanent medical problems, injuries or even take the life of a loved one.

Here are some of the types of cases our Seattle medical malpractice lawyer has successfully handled:

  • Failure to diagnose
  • Failure to diagnose in a timely manner
  • Stroke or aneurysm not timely diagnosed and treated
  • HMO negligence
  • Hospital negligence
  • Nursing home negligence
  • Surgical errors
  • Child birthing injuries
  • Failure to provide reasonable care
  • Failure to obtain informed consent
  • Wrongful death
  • Any other case where you suspect you or your loved one received substandard care

What are the warning signs of medical malpractice?

If any of the following conditions arise after you received medical care, you may have been the victim of medical malpractice or negligence:

  • If you or a loved one were sicker after a treatment or procedure
  • If doctors, nurses or other health care providers refuse to answer questions about your treatment or side effects
  • If your health care provider refused you a diagnostic test or treatment that is standard for your condition
  • If your loved one perished after a treatment, surgery or hospital stay when their prognosis was otherwise positive

If you or a family member are a victim, call (425) 657-5255 and get a free private consultation.

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