Cellulitis is a skin infection caused by bacteria. Although cellulitis causes tenderness and discomfort, it can typically be managed or treated. Treatments include keeping the area clean and dry, elevating the infected areas above the heart, and taking antibiotics when necessary. When cellulitis is not properly treated or managed, it can lead to severe infections. In the most severe cases, the infection can spread to the underlying bone and even the bloodstream, resulting in many cases in sepsis. Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that kills thousands of people every year. If you had cellulitis that escalated to sepsis, and your physician or hospital staff did not properly treat you, you may be entitled to compensation for malpractice.
Since the 1920s, people across New York City and in the surrounding areas have sought the representation of Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff LLP in medical malpractice litigation. Over the years, we have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for individuals and families harmed by the negligence of another.
Our representation is built on advocating for our client's interests with tenacity and heart, while providing frequent and effective communication with our clients throughout the legal process. Having served a great many clients over so many years, we understand what your needs are, and we will work diligently and ceaselessly to meet them.
Our New York mismanagement of cellulitis malpractice lawyers and attorneys prepare every case with the intention of taking it to trial. As a result of our efforts, our clients are able to recover meaningful compensation to help them pay for their medical care and other expenses related to the instance of malpractice.
Our attorneys handle all cases on a contingency basis, meaning that our clients do not pay attorneys' fees unless we are successful in trial or settlement. It costs nothing to speak with us. Call today at (800) 660-2264 or complete our contact form to schedule a consultation with our firm.
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