Michigan Tummy Tuck Surgery Attorneys
When a doctor or surgeon causes unnecessary harm to a patient as a result of negligence, inability or wrongdoing, you have the legal right to pursue full and fair compensation to pay for all related past, present and future damages. These claims are not limited to emergency room error and surgery associated with serious conditions. Physicians that perform elective and cosmetic surgery are held to the same standards of care.
If you have suffered as a result of a botched surgery such as a tummy tuck or any other cosmetic procedure, our attorneys at the law firm of Bredell & Bredell want to help you protect your rights. As experienced attorneys with a proven record of success for our clients, we can help you.
Fighting For Your Compensation
Botched cosmetic surgery can leave a patient in severe pain and facing the possibility of more surgery to repair the negligent surgeon’s mistake. In the case of a tummy tuck, the error of a doctor or physician can also lead to:
- Internal bleeding
Working with clients throughout Michigan, our attorneys have the skill and experience with complex malpractice claims to offer a thorough review, guidance on how to move forward and, if litigation is required, we can be a reliable advocate for your case in court.
As members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and with an AV-rating from Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system,* we are proud of our reputation among colleagues and former clients. When you hire our firm, you get professionals that will make your results our priority.
Contact The Cosmetic Surgery Malpractice Lawyers Of Bredell & Bredell
To schedule a free initial consultation at our Michigan locations in Jackson or Ypsilanti, call 734-274-2876 or contact us online.
We offer flexible scheduling options and contingency-based fees.
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Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.