Category Archives: Medical Malpractice

Identifying Nursing Home Malpractice

When you trust the care of your loved one to a nursing home or other facility, you expect that your loved one will be treated with dignity and respect.  You also expect that your loved one will receive the medical and personal care he or she needs. We want you to know that you have […]

  • Posted on: May 23 2018
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10 most common healthcare provider errors that cause patient harm

Mistakes happen. Most mistakes can easily be corrected. However, when your healthcare provider makes an error, it can mean life or death. If you or a loved one has experienced any of the following common mistakes while receiving medical care, you need to contact a New York medical malpractice attorney right away. Medication Errors Giving […]

  • Posted on: Mar 26 2018
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Same Day Surgery Centers in NJ Come With Risks

What are my legal rights if I am injured due to a surgical mistake? Same day surgery centers are advertised as safe places for routine, stress free operations.  For some New Jersey patients, however, so-called routine procedures at same day surgery centers turned into anything but routine.  Several families have lost their loved ones due […]

  • Posted on: Mar 15 2018
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Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

What are the requirements for filing a medical malpractice action in NY? When we are ill or suffer an injury, we rely on medical professionals to provide us with the quality care we need.  Most of us would be astonished to discover that medical errors are one of the leading causes of death, right after […]

  • Posted on: Mar 14 2018
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Lavern’s Law Finalized in New York

How long will misdiagnosed cancer patients have to file a medical malpractice suit in NY? Years in the making, Lavern’s Law will finally become official.  Lawmakers have reached an agreement concerning the controversial bill that will allow patients with a missed cancer diagnosis to file suit after the discovery of their misdiagnosis.  The law, which […]

  • Posted on: Feb 25 2018
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Winning Your Medical Malpractice Case

How can I prove the doctor who treated me was negligent? Medical malpractice lawsuits are notoriously complex.  Doctors and other medical professionals will vigorously defend against most medical malpractice actions.  Armed with powerful attorneys and laws that make it difficult for injured patients to succeed, the defense is often the prevailing party in a medical […]

  • Posted on: Feb 7 2018
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My Doctor Failed to Diagnose Breast Cancer – What Are My Options?

Cancer is a scary and serious diagnosis. There are a variety of treatment options that can be pursued if it is caught at an early stage, but the chances for survival or a cure unfortunately usually goes down if it is not diagnosed promptly. A lot of people place a high degree of trust in […]

  • Posted on: Jan 25 2018
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Medical Malpractice in the VA System

Why are there high rates of medical malpractice in VA hospitals? Our veterans put their own lives on the line to protect the safety of the American public. When veterans return from duty, they deserve to receive a lifetime of quality medical care. Sadly, the Department of Veterans Affairs has been plagued by instances of […]

  • Posted on: Jan 17 2018
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Medical Malpractice Is More Common Than You Think

How often does medical malpractice occur? When we seek medical attention, we trust that the hospital or doctor responsible for our care will efficiently diagnose and properly treat us.  Many of us would be shocked to learn just how common medical malpractice has become in recent years.  For the victims of serious medical malpractice, life […]

  • Posted on: Dec 19 2017
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What happens when a Physician Fails to Take a Proper Medical History?

It is possible that a physician who has failed to ask his or her patient about their medical history has committed medical malpractice. A medical history is a pivotal part of most medical treatments. Failure to take a medical history, which is considered routine, can have numerous and sometimes grave consequences for the patient. What […]

  • Posted on: Dec 2 2017
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