If you are sick or injured, or find yourself confronted with a medical emergency or crisis, you should get medical attention as soon as possible. Your physical health and well-being is primary. Talk to those medical personnel who are rendering care. If you have any concerns or doubts about your condition or the quality of care you are receiving, ask questions. If you are not satisfied with the responses give, demand clarification or further explanation; if possible seek out a second opinion. You have a right to receive complete information about your diagnosis, treatment and prognosis.
If you believe that you or a loved one has been the victim of inadequate or careless medical care and treatment, you should consult a attorney. We are available for you. There is no charge for consultation. While you might not realize it, sometimes a timely phone call is very important to protect your rights.
On one occasion, we received a telephone call from a young woman who had just undergone a difficult labor. Upon learning about the compromised condition of her baby, she contacted us to inquire whether she had a potential claim. Her baby had suffered brain injury and spastic quadriparesis as a result of the failure to timely perform a cesarean section delivery despite signs of fetal distress. The mother’s timely reaction to the situation facilitated our achieving a 3,000,000.00 recovery, which enable her to secure the best possible care for her baby.
We want to hear your story, go over the facts with you, analyze what you have told us, consult with experts, answer your questions, and, if warranted take action on your behalf. To learn more please contact our New York lawyers today!