Scranton Lack of Informed Consent Lawyers
In most situations, healthcare professionals are required to have your consent to perform any procedures. Too often, medical professionals do not wait to secure consent before administering treatment, resulting in dangerously unsafe care.
If you or someone you love was not told about medical treatment before it was administered, or was misinformed about treatment, you may be left suffering from the effects of treatment you did not want. The Scranton lack of informed consent lawyers of Lowenthal & Abrams, P.C., may be able to help you demand the financial compensation you are owed. Contact us today by calling for more information.
How We Can Help
Our experienced Scranton lack of informed consent lawyers have developed a reputation for handling the tough cases. It is important to remember that agreeing to a procedure is not the same as making an informed decision to undergo a procedure. A written informed consent form should include:
- The doctor’s name
- His or her qualifications
- Your medical condition
- The purpose of the procedure
- The risks associated with the procedure
- The success rate of the procedure
- The predicted recovery time
- Alternative treatment options
If you were not properly informed about the procedure that was performed on you, you may be entitled to financial compensation.
At Lowenthal & Abrams, P.C., we are dedicated to helping people who have been the victims of medical malpractice. Our compassionate Scranton lack of informed consent attorneys may be able to help you stand up for your rights and demand financial compensation. To discuss your options with our attorneys today, please contact us by calling .