Further inquiries are being made, as an investigation has revealed that the provider of the vaccinations, “Location Vaccination,” is both owned and operated by Fairshinda Sabounchi McLaughlin - Dr. McLaughlin’s wife.
The news was revealed by the Department of Public Health after they began investigating “Location Vaccination” upon learning that the company’s patients were experiencing pain, swelling, and lumps around their injection sites. The “Location Vaccination” company was hired to provide vaccinations to adult employees during last year’s flu season. These employees extended across 20 municipalities which made the outbreak widespread and an undeniable public health issue.
Medical malpractice occurs when a healthcare professional provides you with sub-standard treatment or incorrect treatment. It can also occur due to negligence, unprofessional behavior, and unethical actions.
The infection outbreak caused by the mishandling of vaccinations by Dr. McLaughlin’s wife is an example of medical malpractice due to the unprofessional behavior and unethical actions involved. It is Dr. McLaughlin himself that should have been handling the vaccinations or another qualified healthcare practitioner with a medical license. McLaughlin’s actions harmed many people, resulting in the very real possibility of medical malpractice lawsuits being filed should any of the patients who were infected wish to seek justice and compensation.
If you have experienced a similar event and wish to pursue a medical malpractice lawsuit, then your first step of action is to consult with a qualified medical malpractice lawyer. This is important, as your NYC medical malpractice attorney will be able to explain the four basic elements that need to exist in order for your medical malpractice lawsuit to be successful. They can then help you draft a document with information that fulfills these elements so that further action can be taken.
The four basic elements that you need to prove to exist include:
If you live in NYC, then you need to consult with a qualified NYC medical malpractice lawyer. The reason for this is that the standards and regulations for medical malpractice laws differ between states, which can make filing your claim confusing and difficult if you don’t have a qualified professional to assist and guide you.
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 and speak to one of our medical malpractice attorneys.
Call (800) 660-2264 for a free, confidential consultation with one of our experienced and trusted New York City medical malpractice lawyers.
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