Iowa Use of Ineffective Treatments Lawyers
Doctors and other medical professionals virtually never intend to harm their patients. These individuals typically enter the medical field because they want to help other people to recover from illnesses or other medical conditions. Unfortunately, accidents do happen in the medical field, and when they do, the consequences can be devastating. One form of medical malpractice is continuing to use ineffective or outdated treatments instead of alternative methods that could cure the individual.
If a patient is not getting effective treatment, he or she could suffer serious side effects as the condition worsens. If your physician ordered a course of treatment that was known to be unreliable, or which proved to be unhelpful in your own case, you may be eligible for financial compensation. To speak with a qualified attorney, contact the Iowa use of ineffective treatments lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C., at 877-327-2600 to schedule a free consultation. Our firm has the experience to handle many cases of Iowa personal injury.
Representative Negligent Actions
Modern medicine has benefited from extensive investment and research and it continues to become even more capable of addressing medical concerns than it ever has been. Unfortunately, many doctors either are unaware of certain treatments or choose to not implement them for reasons that could be innocuous, malicious, or guided by financial or moral concerns. You may suffer from ineffective treatment if a doctor or other medical professional does any of the following:
- Fails to prescribe medication
- Tells patient to simply change lifestyle
- Misses key symptoms during diagnosis
- Uses medicine that has been proven to be ineffective
- Pursues an unnecessary or inadequate surgical solution
Do not delay speaking with an Iowa injury attorney about your case as there is a limited period of time in which you may pursue legal action. Contact the Iowa use of ineffective treatments lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C., by calling 877-327-2600.