New York Medical Malpractice Lawyer
It is estimated that medical errors cause up to 98,000 deaths each year. When these errors are found to be preventable or due to the negligence of a healthcare professional, it may be considered medical malpractice. It is imperative to contact an experienced Lawyer if this has occurred to you or a family member. Have you or a loved one been injured due to a medical professional’s neglect? You can receive compensation for your injuries by contacting an experienced lawyer.
CONTACT A NEW YORK MEDICAL MALPRACTICE LAWYER TODAY!
Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional, facility or hospital fails to provide adequate treatment to a patient that results in personal injury or wrongful death. A doctor, nurse, medical technician, psychiatrist, dentist, hospital, clinic or other health care provider can be held accountable. While a medical professional cannot guarantee a cure or a successful outcome from treatment, they must provide care that meets the standard of good medical practice. Has your doctor neglected to provide you with this standard of care? Contact our experienced New York attorneys today.
A recent study by Healthgrades found that a significant number of deaths in hospitals were due to preventable medical errors. In a 2006 study by the National Academy of Science, researchers found that one of the most common preventable medical errors are medication errors, which harm 1.5 million people every year. However, there are many different types of Medical Malpractice cases including improper diagnosis, failure to diagnose, medication errors, surgical errors, unsanitary medical instruments, failure to advise of a diagnosis, lack of informed consent or improperly prescribing a drug. If you, a family member or a friend have suffered an injury or illness as a result of medical neglect, call Dervishi Law Group, P.C. at 718-619-4525, 917-300-0797 or 212-235-1447 to speak with a New York Medical Malpractice Lawyer now or fill out the free Medical Malpractice Case Evaluation form.