Medical Malpractice Cases Require Experienced Attorneys

In a hospital, you expect illness and injury.

You expect safety too, but you shouldn’t. Not with medical errors now the third leading cause of death in America (according to a 2016 Johns Hopkins study). That’s around 10 percent of all fatalities in the U.S. – quite a number, given the trust we put in our doctors and hospitals.

Some politicians say we need “tort reform” to get rid of frivolous medical malpractice suits brought by unethical attorneys. But that’s clearly not the case. To the contrary, it’s likely there aren’t enough claims brought for actual medical errors, as odd as that sounds.

    Medical Malpractice Is A Tough Area Of Law

    It’s not “easy” to sue a doctor for malpractice and win. Nor should it be.

    But patients who suffer life-changing illness or injury from medical negligence – or who die because of it – do need justice. They need a way to hold healthcare providers accountable.

    Medical malpractice occurs when a doctor, hospital or other health care facility fails to care for someone in accordance with the accepted standards of the medical profession:

    • A sponge or other foreign object is left inside you after surgery, only to break down and cause serious organ damage later…
    • A medication error (and mismanaged follow-up) causes uncontrolled bleeding…
    • Your baby develops cerebral palsy from an unnecessarily delayed C-section…

    You want answers. You deserve answers. Not everyone gets them.

    Is It Medical Malpractice Or Something Else?

    Not every injury or death is the result of a medical mistake.

    But you don’t have to figure this out on your own. In fact, that’s what Find Injury Law does – we help evaluate your case and pair you with the right attorney for the job. And this is a bona fide medical malpractice attorney – not someone fresh out of law school.

    The big questions:

    • Is it more likely than not that this was medical negligence?
    • If so, what was the likely cause of the patient’s injuries?
    • Where are the medical experts who can testify to help prove the claim?

    Find Injury Law works to find and refer you to the most appropriate law firm for your medical malpractice case.

    Based in Brooklyn, NY, we serve clients in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and in select cases nationwide.

    And at no extra cost to you.