Wisconsin Improper Treatment Lawyers
Doctors undergo years of education and training in order to develop the ability to recognize health problems and prescribe the correct form of treatment for each. However, some negligent medical professionals may order incorrect treatments, which can result in even more ill effects. Since many medications are extremely powerful, they can weaken your body even more if they are incorrectly prescribed, and your original condition could worsen in the meantime.
If you have suffered from improper medical treatment, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Contact a Wisconsin medical malpractice lawyer from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, today at 800-242-2874 for a free case evaluation.
Health Problems from Improper Treatment
Depending on your medical issue, improper treatment can make your health even worse. For example, with injuries such as broken bones, a doctor may correctly identify the fracture but then call for a walking boot rather than a full cast. If this allows the bone to set incorrectly, you can be left with permanent pain in the misaligned bone.
Another form of improper treatment is the prescription of drugs that are not necessary for your particular health condition. For example, this can occur with bacterial infections. If a doctor prescribes an antibiotic that is not strong enough to kill your infection, it can make the bacteria even more powerful and resistant to other antibiotics. You can become even sicker and unable to get rid of your infection.
These are but a few of the conditions that can be worsened by improper treatment. Imagine if the broken bone mentioned above was part of the spinal column, or if the infection was actually cancer. Doctors should be able to pinpoint the right treatment to help you.
If you have suffered from adverse health effects due to improper treatment, you may be eligible for compensation to cover your losses. Contact the Wisconsin improper treatment attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, today at 800-242-2874 to discuss the facts of your case.