PO Box 6900
Rapid City, South Dakota 57709-6900
Phone (605) 348-7300
Toll Free (800) 998-3998
Fax (605) 348-4757
“Heavy perspiration, shortness of breath - his symptoms were textbook. The only thing was, I hadn’t read that chapter yet.” By Dr. Robert M. Wachter, MD An excerpt from Reader’s Digest “White Coat Confessions”.
Every day someone makes a mistake. Most often it goes unnoticed. However, when a physician, nurse, pharmacy or medical facility makes a mistake, it can be deadly. These mistakes can range from the obvious mistake of amputating someone’s left leg instead of the right, to misdiagnosis errors that can be more easily disguised. Both can have serious ill effects to one’s health, financial well-being, and enjoyment of life.
Common Medical Mistakes:
- Medication errors
- Surgical errors
- Early discharge
Specialized Medical Malpractice
Attorneys At Johnson Eiesland Law Offices, we are dedicated to uncovering these medical mistakes and holding those who made the mistake responsible. We work with national experts in all areas of the medical field. The healthcare industry is governed by standards of care. We investigate your case to make sure that those standards were met for you.
If you have been seriously injured, or have lost a loved one due to the mistake of a physician or healthcare facility, please call 1(800)998-3998 to speak to a experienced medical malpractice attorney or submit your information on our contact page.
The Law Firm You Choose Makes A Difference!
The Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA) presented its prestigious 2003 Steven J. Sharp Public Service Award to attorneys Greg Eiesland and Glen Johnson, and to their clients, Vernon and Shawnna Gardner, of Martin, SD, for their efforts in working for greater patient safety to prevent incidents of medical malpractice.
The Steven J. Sharp Public Service Award is presented annually to those clients and their attorneys whose cases tell the story of American civil justice and help educate state and national policy makers and the public about the importance of consumers' rights. It honors Steven Sharp of Richland, Oregon, who lost both arms in 1992 in a defective tractor hay baler. Sharp's story is now the subject of a new book, A Measure of Endurance: The Unlikely Triumph of Steven Sharp, released by Knopf Publishing in September 2003.
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