Medical Malpractice

Pursuing Fair and Full Compensation for Those Injured By Medical Malpractice

The medical profession exists to help make people well — not to harm or kill patients. The vast majority of doctors and other health care professionals, the vast majority of the time, apply knowledge and skill to save lives and improve health of patients through care and treatment. As in any field of human endeavor, however, mistakes can and do occur. Through a medical malpractice injury claim or lawsuit, the patient who has suffered injury because of a hospital’s negligence or a doctor’s errors can recover compensation for losses and expenses.

Adler Firm, PLLC, is a well-established and accomplished personal injury and workers’ compensation law firm with offices in Detroit and Traverse City. Our attorneys are often asked to evaluate potential injury claims of all types, including medical malpractice cases.

With more than 30 years’ experience pursuing maximum compensation on behalf of injured people in numerous situations and scenarios, we are well qualified to make recommendations to potential clients with valid injury claims stemming from medical treatment negligence and mistakes.

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Born and raised in Michigan, attorney Barry Adler has his fingers on the pulse of our Michigan communities and regions. We understand the frame of mind of a typical jury and have the experience and background needed to determine when an injury claim has validity. If a potential client has a clear cause to bring a medical malpractice claim, we are well poised to advise that injured party on how to proceed with the greatest chances of success.

Talk to a Lawyer at Our Law Offices in Traverse City and Detroit About Your Hospital Negligence Claim.

Please contact a lawyer at either our Traverse City or Detroit law office today if you are in need of legal counsel regarding a potential case of medical malpractice. Our attorneys can evaluate the facts and make recommendations as to whether there is cause for a medical malpractice claim, and if so, how to pursue compensation for injuries and losses.