Kaiser Permanente Healthcare Cases
Kaiser Permanente (Kaiser) is a non-profit healthcare provider and is located in Oakland, California. As the largest non-profit health care provider with over 8.2 million members, thirty hospitals, and nearly 11,000 physicians, there are likely to be medical mistakes and medical claims arising out of the sheer number of patients treated and procedures performed. At Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard, L.L.P., we represent individuals who are pursuing claims against Kaiser for injuries arising out of medical malpractice.
If you have been injured, you deserve to be compensated. Please contact our Kaiser malpractice claims attorneys to initiate an investigation into your case and claim.
Kaiser malpractice cases are different than some other malpractice cases because they require that the action be adjudicated in an arbitration forum. Procedures and evidence requirements are different than if your case was handled in court, even though the results are binding. If you need Kaiser malpractice assistance, you need experienced Kaiser malpractice lawyers from Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard, L.L.P..
Our San Jose, California Kaiser malpractice claims attorneys can assist with your claims related to the following:
- Birth Injuries
- Brain Injuries
- Misdiagnosis and Delayed Diagnosis
- Nursing Home Negligence & Abuse
- Medication Errors
- Wrongful Death
- Defective Medical Devices
If you feel that you have suffered as a result of negligence or medical malpractice while in the care of Kaiser, you owe it to yourself and your family to explore your options in pursuing a malpractice claim. The earlier you begin an investigation, the more likely it is that you will have the evidence you need to prevail in your claim. At Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard, L.L.P., our attorneys are experienced in providing aggressive and effective legal counsel to victims of Kaiser malpractice cases. Contact us today at (408) 289-1417. We serve clients in Oakland, Mountain View, San Francisco, San Jose, Monterey and surrounding communities.