What would you do, if this happened to your new born Kansas City infant?
A Florida family is suing South Miami Hospital, after the couple's newborn son was circumcised eight days after he was born and against the families repeated wishes against the procedure.
The hospital blames a misread consent form, but the family doesn't think an apology is enough. The family instead is suing South Miami Hospital, not for medical malpractice, but for gross negligence and batter.
At Roswold Law Group, we see cases far too often that happen because consent forms or patient wishes go either unheard or ignored. Our experienced Kansas City Medical Malpractice Attorneys encourage all new parents in Kansas City to make sure you are getting the right papers, including consent forms, signed and authorized to avoid any possible mis-communication. Make sure everyone taking care of you or your child is on the same page by frequently asking questions to doctors, nurses and specialists.
Don't forget, there are no stupid questions. The more you know about your treatment, the more you can make sure your care providers are paying attention to what they are doing.
If you or someone you love has suffered a serious injury as the result of an unauthorized procedure or a medical malpractice accident in Kansas or Missouri, you should know your rights as a victim. Contact the Kansas City Personal Injury Lawyers of Roswold Law Group.
With over 15 years of experience in Medical Malpractice cases including Child Injury Accidents, we can help you and your family determine the best way to proceed with your claim. Call our offices today for a free consultation.