Our Aggressive and Highly Skil led Attorneys Keep Winning Cases for Patients Injured by Hospital Negligence
St. Luke's-Roosevelt supports 711 beds and is an academic affiliate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. It's described on its own website as a "full-service community and tertiary care hospital." It was formed by a merger back in 1979 between St. Luke's Hospital, located next to Columbia University and The Roosevelt Hospital situated just two blocks west of Columbus Circle.
This teaching hospital recently handled 44,160 admissions, according to its latest year of reported data. It also performed 7,576 annual inpatient and 12,748 outpatient surgeries. Its emergency room handled 199,462 visits that same year.
Yet despite its achievements, medical malpractice can still occur at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center. If you've suffered serious injuries or medical negligence at the hands of one of this hospital's doctors or nurses, you need the help of a highly experienced New York City medical malpractice law firm. The attorneys at Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, LLP, have the proven experience you need. We can pursue your legal remedies while you obtain additional medical care and handle other matters.
The Medical Malpractice and hospital negligence lawyers at Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, LLP, have successfully handling medical malpractice cases for patients injured by medical negligence in Hospitals and other medical facilities for over 80 years. Our New York Medical Malpractice Lawyers have won millions in compensation for clients injured by medically negligent doctors, nurses and hospitals.
Please note that it's usually best to consult with a medical malpractice attorney shortly after you've been injured. If you'll contact us at Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, LLP, we'll immediately schedule an appointment for you so that one of our lawyers can provide you with a free evaluation of your case. You can call us at (800) 660-2264 or send us an email.
|$15 Million - Jury Award Against Hospital|
|$15 Million - Neurosurgical Brain Injury|
|$7.75 Million - Pediatric Intensive Care Unit|
|$5.5 Million - Injured Child|
|$5.5 Million - Blinded Woman|
|$5.4 Million - Construction Burn Victim|
|$5.45 Million - Injured Child|
|$5.1 Million - Motorcycle Victim|
|$5 Million - Eye Surgery|
|$4.5 Million - Failure to Perform C-Section|
|$4.5 Million - Personal Injury Settlement|
|$3.8 Million - Electrician|
|$3.5 Million - Faulty Freight Elevator Fall|
|$3.28 Million - Eye Surgery Case|
|$3.1 Million - Verdict Returned by NY Jury|
|$3.1 Million - Awarded by Brooklyn Jurors|
|$3 Million - Hot Water Burn Death|
|$2.1 Million - Injured Worker|
|$2 Million - Delay in Delivery|
|$2 Million - Verdict against Hospital|
|$1.75 Million - Diagnosing Prostate Cancer|
|$1.5 Million - Prostate Procedure Malpractice|
|$1.5 Million - Delay in Treatment - Nerve Damage|
|$1.4 Million dollar settlement in Action Over Explosion|
|$1.26 Million - Disabled Vehicle's Driver Hit|
|$1.15 Million To Slip-and-Fall Victim awarded by Jury|
|$1.1 Million Cancer Misdiagnosis Case|
|$1 Million - Verdict For Failed Diagnosis|
|$950,000 - Failure to Diagnose Sepsis|
|$837,500 - Delay in Brain Surgery|
|$825,000 - Queens Jury Awards Shopper|
|$813,000 - Jury Award vs. Port Authority|
|$800,000 - Failure to Inform|
|$550,000 - Failure of Neurologist to refer|
|$550,000 - Failure to Refer a Patient|