Christian is representing the family of Megan Espinoza, who died after undergoing a routine breast augmentation. “I think the biggest issue here is that consumers are looking at this website from Dr. Chacon [or] going to the AAAHC or medical board’s website which says he’s accredited. If you read the AAAHC’s website, it talks about excellence in healthcare and safety and all of these things that should make a consumer feel safe, when, in fact that’s certainly something that’s in question,” Christian stated.
His work as a patient’s legal advocate has given him opportunities to make the world a safer place for patients. In the link below Christian express his concern thusly : “I’m beside myself as a healthcare provider and malpractice attorney as to how this is allowed to continue.”
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