Advocating For Patients Injured By Careless Doctors And Hospitals

When a patient goes to a doctor or hospital to have a medical procedure performed, he or she is placing a great deal of trust on the medical professionals who will be involved. When that trust is violated by careless doctors and nurses, resulting in serious and even permanent injuries, the patient, at minimum, deserves fair financial compensation.

Attorney John Christiansen helps clients pursue money damages for medical malpractice. If you've been injured, call 816-702-6788 to schedule a free initial consultation. Our firm serves clients throughout the Kansas City area from offices in Westport and Blue Springs.

Acting Promptly To Get Answers And Move Your Case Forward

While every medical procedure involves some risk, there are specific standards in place to reduce those risks. Doctors and other medical professionals are carefully trained in what they must do to protect their patients. When they do not follow their training and injuries are caused as a result, they can be held liable for medical malpractice.

If you believe you have been injured due to medical malpractice, you should contact an attorney right away so your case can be promptly evaluated by a qualified medical expert within the deadlines for malpractice cases.

If you choose to hire our legal team, the Law Office of John Adams Christiansen, L.C., will pay the upfront costs of obtaining an expert opinion so your case can move forward. The expert report must verify not only that you were injured but also that the circumstances under which you were injured were in breach of the relevant standard of care.

Carefully Evaluating Your Serious Medical Injuries

Certain types of injuries are particularly prominent among those caused by medical malpractice, including birth injuries, surgical errors, pain and suffering caused by inadequate anesthesia, and allergic reactions to substances to which the patient was known to be allergic.

If You Think You Have A Claim, Contact Us To Learn Your Options.

Mr. Christiansen is admitted to the bar in both Missouri and Kansas. Give us a call or use the online contact form on this website to get a careful evaluation of your unique situation by an experienced medical malpractice lawyer. You will owe no attorney's fees unless John is able to help you get compensated for your serious injuries.