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Many families in Hawaii devastated by medical mistakes

Most medical professionals in Hawaii do their utmost best to follow protocol and acceptable standards of practice to protect patients' safety and provide the best care possible. However, in hospitals throughout the state, medical mistakes continue to occur, many of which result in devastation to entire families. In worst cases, patients have died as a result of substandard medical care, not only leaving families grief stricken, but often faced with tremendous financial debt as well.

If your life or that of a loved one has been turned upside down because of medical negligence caused by misdiagnosis, birth injury or surgical error, you may be considering filing a personal injury claim in a civil court. Our law firm, Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks, is prepared to guide you through the legal process of seeking monetary judgment against those responsible for the damages you have suffered. The first logical step to take is to request a consultation so that we can discuss what happened and thoroughly investigate the events that led to your injuries.

Many times, we can enlist the assistance of various experts who can offer testimony to confirm the severity of an injury, as well as what may have caused it to occur. This type of substantiation often increases one's chances of a favorable outcome in court. Our experienced medical malpractice attorneys understand what is needed to build a strong case and are committed to helping you obtain the maximum compensation to which you may be entitled.

Our dedicated lawyers are ready to answer any questions you may have regarding how to seek justice after being injured by medical mistakes in a Hawaii hospital. We offer a free initial consultation to all prospective clients. After discussing the details of your injury, we can help you identify all possible sources of liability and determine how best to address the situation in court.

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