Medical Malpractice: Cliff’s Story
“I guess you’d call them the dream team because they won and made everything happen for me.”
Cliff Watson, a proud U.S. Marine who served multiple tours of duty in Iraq with distinction, was shot and took shrapnel during the war. While serving as a recruiter in Bangor, Maine, he started having pain in one of his legs. His doctor at the time failed to diagnose a serious condition. As a result, Cliff was left with significant and permanent injuries, including disfigurement and chronic pain. The misdiagnosis ultimately forced Cliff to give up his military career.
The lawyers at Terry Garmey & Associates were honored to represent Cliff, settle his malpractice case, and help him move forward with his life.
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