When reasonable care is not taken to prevent injury to a hospital patient, the end result can be a form of medical malpractice called hospital negligence. Exposure to hazards, substandard care, unclean facilities and tainted instruments are a few examples of hospital negligence. Hospitals are responsible for providing health care that is beneficial to patients. Unfortunately, hospital negligence is not a rare occurrence.
For a review of your hospital negligence medical malpractice case, please contact our medical malpractice team at Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, LLP.
The negligence or failure of a hospital or other medical facility can have injurious or fatal results. At Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, LLP, we handle all types of cases related to medical negligence, including the failure to diagnose diseases, emergency room, recovery room, surgical errors, equipment failure, negligent testing, inappropriate specialist referrals, birth-related injuries and improper standard of care generally.
Serious injury or death may result from a hospital or emergency room's failure to diagnose diseases, such as cancer or meningitis, or the failure to make an appropriate medical specialist referral. Medical care professionals at hospitals handle most births and deliveries properly, but medical negligence can occur in that context as well. When patients are sent home from the emergency room with inadequate treatment, the consequences can be grave.
At Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, LLP, we can help you decide whether or not a provider acted outside the reasonable scope of practice and provided negligent care. Our experience with medical malpractice cases over the years allows us to analyze hospital malpractice claims of all types. As the result of our analysis, we can aggressively and effectively pursue legal remedies on behalf of our clients.
If you or a family member may have been the victim of a hospital's negligence, please contact us as soon as possible.