New York Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Holding Negligent Parties Accountable
Medical professionals routinely save the lives of millions of people every year, but when they make a mistake, the consequences can be catastrophic.
Mistreated patients can experience terrible pain, lifelong disabilities, and even death. Often, the damage also impacts the patient’s family, who may suffer financially from lifelong medical expenses as well as a loss of income, health insurance, pension, and retirement benefits. In addition, there is the emotional pain of losing a parent, spouse, or companion.
These devastating physical, emotional, and financial losses can impact malpractice victims and their families to the extent that life will never be the same.
If you or a family member has been harmed by the mistake of a medical professional, our legal system allows you to seek financial compensation for your loss. While financial compensation can never erase the tragedy of medical malpractice, it can help to put your life back in order and to cope with the challenges that you and your family will face in the future.
If you are considering taking legal action due to medical malpractice, you should have the counsel of an experienced attorney on your side. Many medical professionals have insurance companies whose goal is to avoid paying fair compensation to the victims of medical malpractice.
Our law firm has experience in successfully resolving medical malpractice cases against physicians, hospitals, and nursing homes, and we have obtained millions of dollars in compensation on behalf of our clients. As we are paid on a contingency fee basis, there are no upfront costs to you, in most cases.
If you or a loved one has been injured due to medical malpractice, contact us online or call us at (888) 400-1691. We will do our best to ensure that you receive the maximum financial compensation for your pain and suffering.
Compensation for Medical Malpractice: Successfully Suing Multiple Parties
We obtained a significant 6-figure settlement on behalf of the estate of an elderly woman in a medical malpractice and neglect suit she filed against a doctor, hospital, and nursing home. The woman, a nursing home resident in her early 90s, was being treated by a doctor who worked not only at the nursing home, but at the local hospital the patient was sent to for treatment.
In addition to the inadequate care the woman received at the nursing home and hospital, the doctor, who worked at numerous facilities, failed to order proper care and treatment and appropriately supervise staff at the hospital. The patient’s festering bed sores got so infected that the woman’s leg had to be amputated.
The case against the doctor and the nursing home was settled and the case against the hospital is still pending.
Obtain information to help protect your loved ones. We can help. Call (888) 400-1691.