Medical Malpractice Attorney: Don’t Expect Doctors to Admit Mistakes

There is a difference between medical malpractice and a poor outcome of an operation. However, if the medical team made a mistake, they will not admit to it. Someone will need to investigate to find out what happened.

Michael Perez is an attorney based in Atlanta, Georgia, with Warshauer Law Group, P.C. He focuses his practice on medical malpractice and personal injury cases. His firm employs an in-house medical doctor to evaluate their clients’ claims.

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0:19 – What is medical malpractice?
1:12 – How can you tell if an injury is from the bad outcome of a procedure or medical malpractice?
2:35 – Why is it important to speak with an attorney who has experience in medical malpractice?
3:49 – How much does it cost to speak with an attorney to find out if you have a valid claim?
5:17 – What is the cost to investigate a medical malpractice case?
6:21 – Will doctors tell you if they made a mistake?

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3 thoughts on “Medical Malpractice Attorney: Don’t Expect Doctors to Admit Mistakes”

  1. Doctors with the VA and good Samaritan hospital both approved Vancomycin IV antibiotics to a 87 year old with stage 3 kidney disease. He was never diagnosed with colitis. He was also given Cedefinir antibiotic for pneumonia but I got an email from Humana canceling the order because their could be a possible allergic reaction. My grandpa could hardly walk barely lift up his top half when on vancomycin and was drinking but urination was little but always felt he had to pee. After I took him off the vancomycin he filled up his diaper and the pot in his portable toilet. He was just complaining he did not feel good. Then he said he has felt fine since he urinated. He also could hardly speak and now is talking fine. What can I do.

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