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Holding Negligent Medical Providers Accountable

Doctors, nurses and other health care providers have an obligation to deliver a high standard of care to their patients. When they fail to do this, the result is often lifelong pain and suffering. You have the right to take your future into your own hands by working with an attorney to hold them accountable for their negligence.

At his firm, attorney Evan M. Altman has nearly 40 years of experience advocating for the rights of clients harmed by medical negligence. At The Law Office of Evan M. Altman in Atlanta, he serves clients in all areas of Georgia and elsewhere throughout the United States. You can rely on him for a high caliber of skill and personal service.

What Does It Take To Have A Case?

Medical malpractice cases are extremely difficult to prove. Your injury or illness must have several factors present to serve as the basis of an actionable case. You must prove that:

  • Your health care provider owed you a duty of care
  • They deviated from this standard of care
  • The health care provider’s negligence caused or contributed to your illness or injury
  • The negligence caused demonstrable harm

Mr. Altman understands how to determine whether these factors are present in your incident, gather detailed evidence and present this information convincingly before a judge or jury.

Did A Doctor Fail To Diagnose You?

One of the most common forms of medical negligence is misdiagnosis, delayed diagnosis or failure to diagnose. Not every improper diagnosis constitutes medical malpractice. However, if it resulted in inadequate treatment or lack of treatment, you may have a case.

Hold The Provider Who Caused You Harm Accountable

When you work with a medical malpractice lawyer, you have the chance to not only recover compensation for your damages but also hold the doctor or other party who harmed you accountable for their actions. Mr. Altman is ready to help you. To reach him for a free initial consultation, call 770-285-7134 or send him an email.