Personal Injury Cases in the News
The Chicago Tribune on February 7, 2013 reported that a family of a man who died after a surgery filed suit. Specifically, the man under went surgery to repair a hernia and died 6 days later. The lawsuit alleges that the surgeon and the hospital were negligent in failing to properly monitor his condition and treat severe colon inflammation, thus creating a personal injury.
In Michigan, medical negligence, a form of personal injury, cases are referred to as medical malpractice. Such suits allege that the medical professionals and institutions failed to do something that are outside of the standard of care under the circumstances of the case. Medical malpractice cases must be carefully investigated and promptly filed. The statute of limitations for such cases is only two years.
If you or a loved on have a question about medical, dental, or other professional malpractice, just call Guy Vining. Guy Vining is a personal injury attorney who serves Metro-Detroit and the Downriver communities of Rockwood, Brownstown, Woodhaven, Grosse Ile, Gibraltar, Trenton, Southgate, Riverview, Wyandotte, Lincoln Park, Allen Park, Dearborn, Ecorse, Taylor, and Romulus. All initial consultations are free of charge and representation is on a contingency fee basis so that you will not have to pay attorney fees out of pocket.
[Guy Vining, a bankruptcy attorney, in metro-Detroit, maintains his office in Taylor, Michigan where he serves the downriver communities of Monroe, South Rockwood, Gibraltar, Brownstown Township, Grosse Ile, Woodhaven, Trenton, Southgate, Riverview, Allen Park, Lincoln Park, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Westland, Wayne, and Ecorse. If you or a family member of friend would like a no-obligation no cost consultation/financial analysis, just call or E-mail Guy Vining of Vining Law Group, P.L.C to schedule a meeting.]