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Hospital Negligence Attorney In New York

Hospitals are a safe haven for all those unforeseen circumstances, and we trust them to make decisions on our behalf without any judgment or criticism. We provide blind trust in our medical practitioners and understand that they have gone through the appropriate education and training that put us at ease when it comes time for them to help us make decisions about what's best for our health.

No one expects to be injured or become ill while receiving medical care, but it does happen. Over the years, hospital negligence has become a severe problem, and some patients have been harmed by errors in medication administration or surgical procedures. In other incidents, patients have also been infected with deadly diseases due to unsanitary conditions.

Whatever the cause, hospital negligence can have devastating consequences for patients and their families. Hospitals must do everything possible to prevent these mistakes from happening, and when they do occur, they need to be held liable for their errors.

The best way to get hospitals to understand where things went wrong and adopt new policies to prevent hospital negligence from happening to more innocent patients is to get them to look at their internal controls and procedures.

Su Caso is here to help. We have dedicated our careers to fighting for the rights of those who have been injured by hospital negligence. Our main goal is to put you at ease and educate you on the process involved when building a case for hospital negligence. Feel free to call us anytime for a no obligations consultation at 718-424-5560.

What is considered hospital negligence?

Hospital negligence comes in many different forms, and the best thing to do is to consult with an experienced malpractice attorney who knows how to build a hospital negligence case. Some common negligence claims are:

  • Failing to diagnose a patient properly
  • Delaying treatment Discharging a patient too early
  • Providing the wrong medication or dosage
  • Performing surgery on the wrong body part
  • Leaving a foreign object inside of a patient
  • Causing an infection
  • Failing to monitor a patient's condition properly

It's not easy to get past the fact that you relied on a medical professional to care for you or a loved one and ended up getting hurt instead. Whether it was an accident or done with malicious intent, it doesn't make it any easier to rationalize how it happened. The best way to get the closure you need to move on with life is to seek justice. We can help hold the professionals accountable for the negligence. Call us at 718-424-5560 to discuss your case.


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