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Famous Actress Never Sings Again Due to Medical Malpractice

Sep 2, 2019 | Medical Malpractice

It is for this reason that Julie Andrews filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against the two doctors at Mount Sinai Hospital who treated her. The lawsuit alleged that the doctors never informed her that the operation carried a risk of irreversible loss of vocal quality, hoarseness, and other complications – all of which might have left her unable to sing. Additionally, the doctor who operated on Julie Andrews operated on both sides of her vocal cords, though there was no reason to perform a surgery of that kind or even surgery to begin with. A settlement was reached between the two parties, and the exact terms of the settlement remain confidential. 

Legal Matters

Medical malpractice isn’t something that only occurs when a doctor makes a mistake when diagnosing or treating you. It is also something that can occur when a healthcare professional provides you with sub-standard information and doesn’t ensure that you are informed of all the possible risks associated with a procedure or surgery that you are going to undergo – something which clearly happened in the case of Julie Andrews. 

If you wish to file a medical malpractice lawsuit, then there are certain procedural steps that you will need to follow to ensure that you stand a high chance for the best possible outcome. Because of the complexity of these steps, it is recommended that you consult with a medical malpractice lawyer to guide you through the process. If you live in NYC, then you will need to consult with a qualified NYC medical malpractice attorney who is familiar with the laws and statute of limitations specific to the state.

The procedural steps that you will need to follow include:

  1. Showing that a doctor-patient relationship existed between you and your doctor
  2. Showing that your doctor was negligent when treating you and that they did not conform to the expected standard of care of their profession
  3. Showing that their negligence caused you injury or harm
  4. Showing that this injury or harm led to specific, considerable damages that caused you pain and suffering

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If you believe that you or a family member may have been a victim of medical malpractice, please contact the medical malpractice lawyers of Rosenburg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff LLP in NYC today. 

You can speak to one of our medical malpractice attorneys for a free, confidential consultation by calling (212) 697-9280.