Wausau Lack of Informed Consent Lawyer

Whenever a doctor decides on what treatment is best for your condition, it is their responsibility to discuss the treatment plan with you before proceeding with treatments. Whether your treatment plan is as simple as the prescription of a drug or as serious as undergoing surgery, a doctor is obligated to obtain your informed consent. In order to receive your informed consent, the doctor must explain the treatment plan and make you aware of any possible side effects or complications associated with the treatment. A doctor who treats you without your informed consent has violated your rights. This type of negligent behavior could potentially cause serious health complications and does not uphold the standards of care set for the health care industry. The only exception that allows a doctor to treat a patient without informed consent is an emergency situation where immediate treatment is needed to save a person’s life or save them from further serious harm. If you believe that your rights have been violated by a medical professional that did not obtain your informed consent, contact an attorney to discuss your legal options.

Featuring a team of exceptional malpractice attorneys at each of the 12 office locations, Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® has grown into one of the largest personal injury law firms in Wisconsin. The Wausau lack of informed consent lawyers have years of experience representing victims of malpractice and will work closely with you to organize an effective lawsuit. During your free initial consultation, a Wausau lawyer will evaluate your case and offer you honest advice on how best to proceed with legal action. If your rights have been violated, you owe it to yourself to learn about the legal options available to you. Contact the Wausau office today to schedule your free consultation.

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