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When you seek care from your medical provider, you have the right to expect reasonable care and professionalism, as well as a health care provider who has knowledge and expertise required to deliver competent medical care. Unfortunately, that's not always the case.
Healthcare providers who cause patients to suffer permanent, disabling injury or death need to be held accountable for those errors. Types of malpractice cases we handle include:
We recognize that certain injuries affect women in their careers, caring for their families, and their health. Some common medical malpractice cases with women include.
If you have been seriously or catastrophically injured as a result of a doctor, health care provider, or a hospital's failure to give you competent medical care - you should talk with one of our attorneys right away.
Medications are a necessary part of protecting us from illness and disease. But, medications can also cause harmful and debilitating reactions if not used, prescribed, or dispensed properly. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality reports that nearly 1 in 10 computerized prescriptions contain an error, some of which can be deadly.
If you have suffered a harmful reaction to a prescription medication, either because of the medication itself, the physician who prescribed it or the pharmacy that filled the prescription, we can protect your rights and pursue legal action to compensate you for an injury.
If you have suffered a harmful reaction to a medication while a patient in a hospital, we can protect your rights and pursue legal action to compensation you for your injury.
Don't wait until it's too late
The time period to bring a lawsuit against a medical provider or hospital in most cases is two and a half years. However, if the medical malpractice results from a municipal or government run and operated hospital, such as SUNY Upstate and Community General Hospital, the time limits are much shorter - you have only 90 days to protect yourself.
The Veteran's Administration Hospital has it's own set of rules and timelines that must be followed. If you are a victim of malpractice that occurred at the VA, don't lose your rights to compensation because you didn't file the proper forms in time. Consulting with an attorney, as soon as possible, will protect your rights.