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Doctors Make Mistakes. What Happens Afterwards?

Ideally, a doctor would never make a mistake. However, that's simply not the case. Whether due to negligence or other factors, the fact remains that doctors — and all medical professionals, for that matter — are not infallible, and their errors can have very real consequences.

At Callahan & Binkley, we have spent our careers working with doctors and later fighting on behalf of clients so that anyone injured at the hands of a medical professional has the ability and means to support him or herself during a difficult recovery period. Assisting clients in Cookeville and across Tennessee, our attorneys have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for individuals and their families whose lives have been damaged as a result of a physician's error.

The Most Common Types Of Physician Errors

While many doctor's errors occur in surgery, that's not always the case. In particular, most doctor's malpractice cases stem from the following either failure to diagnose a disease or injury, complications as a result of surgery or a procedure, improper treatment, or failure to adequately convey the risks to a patient.

If you believe that you or a loved one have suffered an injury at the hands of a health care professional, it's imperative to contact a knowledgeable lawyer who can help you determine the strength of your case and a strategy for moving forward. Medical malpractice claims are becoming increasingly rare, due to the difficulty involved. Our attorneys, however, have the litigation experience which allows us to know the best way of moving forward.

We fight so that our clients have the financial stability necessary to recover following a tough, traumatic ordeal.

No Recovery, No Fee

If you or a family member has suffered an injury as a result of a medical professional's error, call us at 931-650-3322 or 800-575-7143 or use the contact form. We'll work so that you get the restitution you may be entitled to.

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