If you or a family member has been a victim of medical negligence that resulted in personal injury or wrongful death, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Victims of medical errors, abuse, and neglect often suffer from emotional trauma in addition to the resulting health problems or physical injuries.
Entire Families Can Be Affected
Complications with medical bills, insurance claims, and lost wages can compound the problem, causing significant financial stress. When someone is injured, their entire family is affected, especially if the family is financially dependent on the injured person.
Medical malpractice is often the result of a misdiagnosis, surgical mistake, or medication error.
Nursing home abuse and elder abuse are also areas of medical malpractice that can cause devastating injuries.
If you think a doctor, surgeon, nurse, or member of a hospital staff has made an error in treating you or a family member that resulted in a significant injury or wrongful death, it may be important to keep detailed records of office visits, insurance claims, medical bills, and other related matters.
At Ely, Bettini, Ulman, Rosenblatt & Ozer, we have handled numerous substantial medical malpractice cases and have recovered millions of dollars for our clients.
Medical malpractice cases are handled on a contingent fee basis. This means there are no attorney’s fees charged until we obtain a recovery for you. The fee ultimately will be a percentage of the recovery when it is achieved. If there is no recovery, there is no attorney fee.
Please contact us for further inquiry and a free consultation.