Sepsis occurs when an infection enters the bloodstream. Unless properly diagnosed or treated, the condition can quickly deteriorate. The very young and very old are more susceptible to sepsis, although people of any age can contract this horrific condition. Sepsis is caused when infections in one part of the body, such as the lungs, abdomen or skin, spread into other parts of the body. When people suffer infections after surgery, they are at risk of sepsis.
Sepsis is treated with intravenous fluids and antibiotics. When treated early, the majority of patients will survive. Unfortunately, when doctors delay diagnosis or delay treatment of a festering infection, the patient has a much poorer prognosis. Sepsis can lead to debilitating injuries and death.
Sepsis kills tens of thousands of people each year. Despite these tragedies, most people do not even know what sepsis is until they or a loved one has it. By this time, it is often too late. If you have lost a loved one to sepsis, a medical malpractice law firm can help you get answers and justice.
Since the 1920s, Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff LLP has served New Yorkers injured by medical malpractice. While our lawyers and staff have changed throughout the years, our mission has remained unchanged. In every malpractice claim we accept, our only objective is to hold negligent medical professionals accountable and recover the compensation you and your family need to live a productive and happy life in the wake of tragedy.
Our New York sepsis malpractice lawyers will look closely at the medical records and history in evaluating your case. If there is evidence to show that hospital staff failed to recognize signs of sepsis and failed to treat sepsis in a timely matter, we will take action. We will develop a strong case with the intent of recovering monetary damages for your medical expenses, lost income and other damages.
Do not delay. Call us at (800) 660-2264 or e-mail us to set up your free case evaluation. In all cases, we do not accept attorneys' fees unless we are successful in trial or settlement.
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