Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Filed in Flesh Eating Bacteria Case

The family of an Albany man recently filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against the emergency physicians, as well as the medical group that failed to provide him with proper medical care, resulting in his death from a flesh-eating bacteria. The man visited Holzer Clinic of Athens in April, 2016, but allegedly wasn’t properly diagnosed and didn’t receive appropriate care. As a result of the negligence of the medical professionals and the facilities, the suit alleges, the man suffered excruciating mental and physical pain and died. It’s now up to the family’s legal representatives to get them the compensation they deserve.

At Richards & Richards LLP, we are legal experts with a stellar track record for winning medical malpractice cases. If you or your loved one has suffered unnecessarily or died because of the negligence of medical professionals or a medical facility, give us a call right away. We know what it takes to prove medical malpractice. We have people on our team with years of medical experience that know how to identify and pinpoint when a patient was misdiagnosed, received improper or substandard medical care, and died or suffered unnecessarily because of it.

Thousands of people are hurt or die every day because of medical mistakes. But proving a medical professional or facility was responsible can be challenging unless you have the right legal team. We have the lawyers, medical support staff, experience and resources to prove medical malpractice. We have won numerous medical malpractice cases for our clients and gotten them millions of dollars in compensation. But these cases are complex and time sensitive.

When people go to a medical facility, they have a right to receive timely, quality care. If you were misdiagnosed or receive improper treatment and this results in unnecessary suffering or death of a loved one, contact Richards & Richards LLP today.

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