Medical Malpractice in New York and Beyond

Medical malpractice involves the failure of a medical professional to provide adequate treatment to patients, resulting in a personal injury. To prove a case of medical malpractice, you will need to consult with a medical malpractice attorney who must be able to show that the physician’s conduct fell below the generally accepted medical standard of care. In order to make a claim for malpractice, there must be a departure from an accepted custom or practice which caused the injury. In medical malpractice cases, medical experts must be hired to help prove the negligent act or omission and testify as to what the standard of care is and whether such acts or omissions caused the claimant’s injuries. A range of other experts including nurses, economists and rehabilitation counselors may also be needed in your case. If you feel that you or a loved one has been a victim of medical malpractice you should consult a New York malpractice lawyer as soon as possible.

Hospital errors typically arises when a physician, nurse or other medical care professional:

  • Surgical Mistake
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  • Negligently prescribes medication(s)
  • Improperly uses a medical technique
  • Delays performance of a necessary procedure
  • Negligently performs a procedure
  • Fails to diagnosis an obvious or known condition
  • Misdiagnoses a condition
  • Delays diagnosis of a condition
  • Uses unsanitary surgical tools
  • Makes an incorrect incision
  • Punctures or perforates an organ
  • Performs surgery on the wrong organ, site or side
  • Performs unnecessary surgery
  • Delays surgical treatment
  • Fails to disclose significant risks
  • Fails to obtain consent
  • Negligently fails to properly care for a patient
  • Fails to obtain complete patient information including allergies, medication, previous diagnoses and lab results

Are you a victim to medical malpractice and looking for a New York Malpractice Lawyer? Contact Us Today!

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