Do I Have A Claim For Medical Malpractice?
In the most basic terms, medical malpractice in when a doctor or other medical professional violates the safety rules of medical care or fails to follow accepted medical standards, which result in injury or death. It includes a wide variety of situations in hospitals, clinics and medical offices, such as surgical errors, birth injuries, fetal death, diagnosis errors and medication mistakes, just to name a few.
At Gash & Associates, P.C., we understand how difficult dealing with medical malpractice can be, especially if your doctor’s negligence has led to a great deal of pain and suffering, not to mention a mountain of additional medical debt. No matter the circumstances, however, our team will work with a host of medical professionals, including doctors, physical therapists, rehabilitation specialists and our nurse practitioner, to help you obtain the compensation and justice you deserve for your catastrophic injury.
Quite simply, we believe that substandard medical care is unacceptable in our society, and that negligent physicians and hospitals should be held accountable for the harm they cause to you or your loved ones. We want to make you whole for your losses.
Contact us today and schedule your FREE personal injury consultation with an experienced attorney. Not only can you email us online, but you can also call us at (914) 505-6779 or toll free at 866-GASHLAW. If your injury prevents you from visiting our office in White Plains, don’t worry, we will come to you. In fact, we help malpractice victims throughout New York City and the Tri-state area.
Focus And Dedication You Need
We are not in the business of churning out as many cases as possible, but instead we concentrate on a select number of important cases. This allows us to dedicate as much time as is necessary to achieve the best result possible.
We help patients and their family members protect their legal rights following a wide range of malpractice-related injuries, including any injury or wrongful death caused by:
- Surgical mistakes and other related negligence
- Post-operative errors
- Failure to properly diagnose and/or treat certain conditions, including heart conditions or cancer
- Failure to properly follow up medical care and coordinate with other medical professionals (i.e. dropping the ball)
- Improper birthing procedures, which in turn lead to birth injuries
- Improper reading of X-rays, MRIs, CT scans and other diagnostic studies
- Hospital infections or post-operative infections
- Improper medication, including incorrect dosages
- Any action by a health care professional that fails to meet the accepted level of care
Utilizing Decades Of Trial Experience
In order to bring the best results possible for our clients, we personally prepare every case for trial. After our nurse practitioner gathers and reviews all of the pertinent medical records, we consult with our network of medical experts to help determine the best way to present your case. Given our resources and experience, our lawyers can handle even the most complex medical malpractice case.