Free Legal Consultation for ERCP Victims
Experienced ERCP malpractice attorney Ken McKenna works with each ERCP victim and their family to develop a comprehensive plan that not only meets the challenges of today, but also the needs of tomorrow. During the free medical malpractice consultation, Mr. McKenna will discuss the details of your case and provide you with a thorough understanding of your legal rights. Mr. McKenna will help you assess your strategic options, and you will feel confident about what to do next.
ERCP victims and their families are often overwhelmed with financial concerns, physical pain, suffering, and emotional trauma. Mr. McKenna and his legal team are here to shoulder those burdens, help you gain control over your ERCP malpractice case, and help to develop a plan for your future.
“One of my previous clients came to me when his wife passed away after an ERCP. She had suffered life-threatening side effects from the procedure. After conducting an investigation, it was discovered that my client’s wife never needed the ERCP procedure to begin with. The procedure and the resulting health complications, medical bills, pain and suffering that my client’s family experienced were completely unnecessary.
Doctors are supposed to heal, never to harm. Patients trust their doctors to do what is best for their prolonged health. However, some doctors have knowingly misdiagnosed patients and prescribed risky or unnecessary medical treatments, simply for personal gain. Arm yourself with knowledge about your condition and your treatment options to make the best medical choices possible. If you or a loved one does experience medical malpractice or medical negligence, know that the law is on your side. Justice can be found.”
Kenneth J. McKenna
Medical Malpractice Attorney
Why Seek Legal Action?
Financial compensation awarded in a court of law is aimed at covering these expenses:
- Medical care throughout the person’s life
- Caregivers at home
- Counseling and Psychiatric care
- Lost wages
- Expenses not covered by existing health insurance
- Travel expenses for medical care
- Various support services for the injured person’s family
- Funeral expenses