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MICHIGAN LAW FIRM PROTECTS AGAINST INFORMED CONSENT VIOLATIONS

CALL THE PREMIER MEDICAL MALPRACTICE FIRM IN MICHIGAN

Every patient has the right to control his or her own health care. Ultimately, they make their own decisions regarding the procedures they undergo. However, because patients are not usually trained in medicine, their rights are protected by “informed consent,” which means patients cannot truly consent to a procedure until they know enough information about its risks and benefits to make an informed decision.

It is the doctor’s responsibility to ensure that patients are fully informed about the medical care they receive—both the good and the bad. This is what makes informed consent violations a form of medical malpractice.

When a doctor does not provide enough information to patients to adequately inform them about the medical treatment they are about to receive, and patients are harmed, doctors should be held responsible. Fieger Law has been fighting for the injured and victimized since 1964.

Liability & Informed Consent

The purpose of informed consent is to respect the decisions of the patient in regards to their own body. If a doctor fails to obtain this informal content, they have committed a crime and are liable for medical malpractice. That is because the practitioner failed to provide the patient with adequate information.

HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS IN VERDICTS & SETTLEMENTS

Fieger Law has secured more million-dollar verdicts than any firm in the United States. We have changed thousands of lives with our results, and improved the safety of countless patients around the country. We have the resources and medical malpractice experience to ask the right questions, draw the truth out of tight-lipped hospitals, and prove that your or your loved one’s health rights were violated.

Even if a patient signs a statement assuming the risk of treatment, it does not mean that the patient has given up all his or her rights to be provided with an acceptable standard of care. A patient does not consent to the negligence of a medical professional. Our firm isn’t afraid of big hospitals, well-equipped insurance lawyers, or documents alleging your knowledge. We know the truth of these cases is far simpler: a doctor made a mistake, and a patient paid for it.

It’s our job to make sure the right people pay for medical negligence.

GET THE NATION’S MOST SUCCESSFUL FIRM ON YOUR SIDE

Call Fieger Law Now at 1-800-A-WINNER. You will speak to an experienced attorney who is not afraid to win.

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