Medical Malpractice Lawyers, Miami, Florida
Concentrating in Kidney Disease Cases
In a great majority of kidney disease cases, the progression to advanced kidney disease is entirely preventable. Early kidney disease is often treatable and in some cases even reversible if there has not been too much damage to the kidneys. But preventing advanced kidney disease and, ultimately, kidney failure, requires an accurate diagnosis and proper treatment. Tragically, that does not always occur.
In some cases tests are not run or results are not read properly. A wrong diagnosis could be made. Sometimes a patient is not referred to a specialist or is referred to the wrong one. However it occurs, an accurate diagnosis may not be made until it is too late.
Nationwide Kidney Disease Attorneys
At the Miami law office of Kurzban, Kurzban, Weinger, Tetzeli & Pratt, P.A., we help patients and families in Florida and around the nation who are dealing with an uncertain future because medical negligence resulted in kidney failure. We have provided this website as a resource to answer questions for our clients and for others who are suffering from kidney disease. Learn more about:
- What is kidney disease?
- How is it diagnosed?
- What are causes of kidney disease?
- How can kidney disease be treated?
- Who is a nephrologist?
- Where can you receive treatment?
- Should you suspect medical malpractice?
- Talking to an attorney if you think you have a case
If you believe that medical negligence contributed to kidney failure in your case, we encourage you to call our office at 866.723.9806 to learn more. Kurzban, Kurzban, Weinger, Tetzeli & Pratt, P.A., is a Miami-based law firm with a proven record of success in medical malpractice in kidney disease cases. We represent clients throughout Florida and, in association with local counsel; we have represented kidney disease patients in other states as well.
Attorneys Come to Us When They Need Help
Our firm has such extensive experience in kidney disease cases that other attorneys routinely come to us to refer cases or to seek advice. The managing partner of our firm, Marvin Kurzban, has more than 35 years of personal injury and medical malpractice experience, including 25 years specifically handling cases involving kidney disease. Marvin is joined by his son, attorney Jed Kurzban, who has handled kidney diseases cases for more than a decade.