Radiation Injury Lawsuits
If you or a loved one were injured or died from radiation treatment at CentraCare Health Coborn Cancer Center, or any other cancer treatment facility, you and your family may be entitled to financial compensation. Meshbesher & Spence is currently accepting radiation overdose and underdose injury cases in all 50 states.
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Radiation is a dangerous form of treatment for certain medical conditions, including cancer. It is only used in severe cases due to the damage it can cause a patient’s body. There are strict guidelines for health care providers who oversee and administer radiation, given the dangers associated with radiation treatment. You may have a claim if you or a loved one was inappropriately exposed to radiation due to a doctor or medical professional’s negligence or mismanagement.
Medical mistakes by health care personnel or defective medical devices can harm patients. The radiation used to treat a disease can be dangerous if it is improperly administered by overdose or under-dose. Providing the improper amount of radiation may harm the body part for which it was prescribed and damage other tissue and organs as well. Likewise, if the disease is inappropriately treated with an under-dose of radiation, that disease may grow and spread.
The severity and symptoms of radiation injury depend upon what body parts received the excessive or inappropriate dose. In extreme instances, overexposure can result in tissue death, paralysis, skin changes such as peeling and sores, and damage to other body parts and organs. If you or a loved one has been improperly exposed to radiation, it is important to consult with a legal specialist as soon as possible so that your rights are protected. Radiation injuries are serious and life-changing and often require extensive medical treatment to resolve. In certain cases, radiation injuries can be deadly. The experienced radiation injury attorneys at Meshbesher & Spence can help.
When you hire an attorney from Meshbesher & Spence, you will not pay any attorney fees until you receive compensation. In the event that you do not recover compensation for your injuries, you owe us nothing. This kind of pay structure is called a “contingent fee agreement”.
Why Choose Meshbesher & Spence?
The attorneys of Meshbesher & Spence have been representing families in crisis for over 50 years. Ron Meshbesher established his Minneapolis legal practice in 1961 with a skilled staff dedicated to preserving and defending the welfare of individuals and families. Our highly skilled litigators specialize in personal injury, class action, and civil litigation. The experienced lawyers at Meshbesher & Spence will help you seek compensation for your injuries.
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