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Queens Surgical Errors
At the law firm of Rosenberg, Minc, Falkhoff & Wolff LLP, our Queens attorneys represent patients who have suffered injuries as the result of medical negligence during SURGERY. There are serious concerns about safety standards and the quality of care provided during surgical procedures. According to a study by the Institute of Medicine, as many as 98,000 people are killed each year as a direct result of medical malpractice.
Since 1929, our firm has recovered significant verdicts and settlements on behalf of clients throughout New York state. If you have been injured or had a loved one hurt or killed due to a surgical error, it is in your best interest to discuss your case with an experienced attorney.
Medical Malpractice During Surgical Procedures in New York
While it is not always obvious that medical negligence caused a surgical error, an investigation by a knowledgeable lawyer can effectively determine malpractice. Surgical errors include:
- Organ puncture or perforation
- Bowel perforation
- Spinal cord injuries in surgery
- Failed cataract surgery
- Gastric bypass surgery malpractice
- Surgery on the wrong organ, wrong site or wrong side
- Delayed surgery
- Prolonged surgery
- Poor surgical technique
We hold surgeons and other medical professionals accountable for errors and mistakes that stem from negligence or misconduct.
Experienced Queens Surgical Error Attorneys
For more information about a surgical malpractice claim and to speak with an attorney regarding your injury or the injury or a loved one, contact us at Rosenberg, Minc, Falkhoff & Wolff. Schedule a free case evaluation and discuss your situation.
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