• WINNING RESULTS

    $22,000,000.00

    Medical malpractice during birth resulting in brain damage.


    $15,000,000.00

    Medical malpractice verdict

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $12,600,000.00

    Inadequate security/wrongful death at motel.


    $6,000,000.00

    Personal injury settlement

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $5,100,000.00

    Negligence of fitness facility resulting in brain damage.


    $3,200,000.00

    Medical malpractice verdict against Phoenix VA Hospital.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $3,000,000.00

    Medical malpractice settlement.


    $3,000,000.00

    Medical malpractice.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $3,000,000.00

    Medical negligence involving child causing brain damage.


    $2,750,000.00

    Medical negligence.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $2,679,285.00

    Products liability/construction accident.


    $2,600,000.00

    Personal injury settlement

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $2,245,000.00

    Medical malpractice/wrongful death.


    $2,150,000.00

    Medical malpractice during surgery resulting in amputation.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $1,950,000.00

    Medical malpractice.


    $1,925,000.00

    Medical malpractice.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $1,850,000.00

    Medical malpractice/wrongful death.


    $1,800,000.00

    Inadequate security.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $1,750,000.00

    Medical malpractice death of newborn.


    $1,700,000.00

    Medical malpractice.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $1,675,000.00

    Medical malpractice/wrongful death of minor.


    $1,600,000.00

    Medical malpractice.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $1,600,000.00

    Medical malpractice.


    $1,500,000.00

    Failure to diagnose/treat cancer.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $1,450,000.00

    Medical malpractice/wrongful death.


    $1,450,000.00

    Medical malpractice/wrongful death.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $1,367,292.00

    Airplane crash/wrongful death.


    $1,333,000.00

    Psychologist malpractice/wrongful death.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $1,300,000.00

    Medical malpractice.


    $1,250,000.00

    Medical negligence/products liability.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $1,250,000.00

    Medical malpractice.


    $1,250,000.00

    Psychologist malpractice/wrongful death.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $1,100,000.00

    Nursing home neglect/wrongful death.


    $1,100,000.00

    Medical malpractice.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $1,100,000.00

    Medical malpractice.


    $1,100,000.00

    Medical malpractice/wrongful death.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $1,075,000.00

    Medical malpractice/wrongful death.


    $1,000,000.00

    Medical malpractice.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $1,000,000.00

    Medical malpractice/wrongful death.


    $1,000,000.00

    Medical malpractice.

  • WINNING RESULTS

    $1,000,000.00

    Vehicle-pedestrian collision.


Did a Psychiatrist Negligently Cause Injury to You? Speak to a Malpractice Lawyer Now

Patients put a great deal of trust into their psychiatrists. That trust is key to successful treatment. When a psychiatrist fails to live up to that trust, when psychiatric malpractice causes serious injury or death, the doctor needs to be held accountable for the harm done.

Psychiatrists are licensed medical doctors who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders. As with other medical doctors, they are obligated to meet accepted standards of care. When they do not, contact the medical malpractice attorneys at the law firm of Snyder & Wenner, P.C. in Phoenix, Arizona.


Has a Psychiatrist Caused Injury to You or a Loved One?

When a psychiatrist fails to notice signs of suicide, fails to monitor medications, or releases a patient who could cause harm, that is psychiatric malpractice. A psychiatrist’s patients are often vulnerable, confused, and unable to report problems with their therapy. Types of psychiatric malpractice may include:

  • Failure to make an accurate psychiatric diagnosis
  • Failure to correctly treat a psychiatric condition
  • Failure to do a proper suicide evaluation
  • Failure to take appropriate precautions with patients likely to commit suicide or harm themselves or others
  • Sexual abuse or misconduct involving a patient
  • Failure to prescribe proper medication
  • Failure to monitor the patient on medication
  • Failure to refer to an appropriate specialist
  • Failure to properly supervise a psychologist’s treatment of patients

If You Have Concerns about Psychiatric Malpractice, Contact a Lawyer

It can be difficult to see the signs of psychiatric malpractice, but the damage can be extremely serious—from drug reactions that cause serious injuries to a misdiagnosis that can lead to a patient’s death or to a patient harming other people. If you suspect psychiatric malpractice and the injuries are serious, schedule an appointment with an experienced medical malpractice lawyer. The consultation is free.

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