Are You a Victim of Orthodontic Malpractice?

If you or your child has been a victim of orthodontic malpractice in New York City, you will no doubt need an expert in this field of dentistry to rectify the problem — assuming it can be rectified. More than that, you will need a skilled dental malpractice lawyer to fight for your right to […]

  • Posted on: Nov 3 2020
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Early Signs of Potential Dental Negligence

Although most of us are taught from an early age to respect medical and dental professionals, there are times when our respect and trust may be misplaced. If you feel you have been mistreated by a negligent dentist, you may well be correct. At Dental & Podiatry Malpractice Lawyers of New York, we take all […]

  • Posted on: Oct 21 2020
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Did Your Podiatrist Ask the Right Questions Before Performing Your Foot Surgery?

Did your foot surgery have a bad outcome? While all surgery involves some risks, foot surgery complications are relatively common. Not only that, but over 65 percent of foot surgeries with negative outcomes have been performed by podiatrists rather than orthopedists. If you have been a victim of podiatry malpractice, and your foot surgery has […]

  • Posted on: Oct 14 2020
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Types of Podiatry Malpractice and How They Are Proven

Most patients do not even consider consulting with a podiatry malpractice lawyer unless they have suffered considerably from maltreatment by a formerly trusted professional. Small mistakes are everywhere and unless a podiatrist causes unnecessary extreme pain or long-term disability, the majority of patients have a measure of empathy and forgiveness for inconsequential honest mistakes. Nonetheless, […]

  • Posted on: Oct 7 2020
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Failure to Take Your Medical History May Constitute Dental Malpractice

Have you gone through a traumatic experience as the result of your dentist’s failure to take your medical history or keep it up to date? If so, you may very well be the victim of dental malpractice and entitled to compensation. The way to find out whether you have a viable dental malpractice lawsuit is […]

  • Posted on: Sep 16 2020
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My Podiatrist Failed to Diagnose and Treat My Osteomyelitis

When you visit your podiatrist, whether for an ingrown toenail, a bunion, or some other malady of the foot or ankle, you have a right to expect competent podiatric care. If, as a result of your podiatrist’s negligence or ineptitude, you end up with a severe infection known as osteomyelitis, you definitely have reason to […]

  • Posted on: Sep 9 2020
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Can I Sue My Orthodontist for Resorption?

If you have suffered the pain and difficulty associated with root resorption as a result of orthodontic treatment, Dental & Podiatry Malpractice Lawyers of New York is eager to help you obtain the compensation you deserve. Lance Ehrenberg, Esq., one of our two lead attorneys, specializes in dental malpractice and has comprehensive knowledge of this […]

  • Posted on: Sep 2 2020
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When Systemic Disease Is Misdiagnosed as a Foot Problem

We all know that pain can be “referred,” that is, felt in a different location from the one in which it originated. For example, many people experience leg pain caused by nerve compression in the spine. When patients have foot pain, they go to their podiatrists, even if, unbeknownst to them, the pain originates elsewhere. […]

  • Posted on: Aug 12 2020
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5 Common Dental Negligence Lawsuits

People usually think of medical doctors and hospitals when they hear about malpractice claims, but dentists can commit malpractice and get sued for it. These cases are sophisticated litigation because they involve the use of expert witnesses and technical information. You do not have to go through this experience on your own. A New York […]

  • Posted on: Aug 5 2020
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When Dentists Are Responsible for Infections

Let’s face it, dental work, especially when it is invasive, carries a risk of infection. Although most of us remain perfectly healthy after visiting the dentist, a small percentage of patients end up with painful, even life-threatening infections. While not all such infections are the dentist’s fault, some of them do result from negligence that […]

  • Posted on: Jul 16 2020
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