Kidney Stones May Give Risk to a Claim of Action

medical error lawyer New York City Kidney stones are a painful condition where hard deposits form in the kidneys from excess minerals in the body. Kidney stones must pass through the urinary tract in order to expel these excess mineral deposits. Oftentimes, people with kidney stones will suffer from extreme back, side, groin, or abdominal pain.… Read the rest

A Clinician’s Misdiagnosis of Liver Disease May Be Fatal to a Patient

Long Island medical malpractice lawyerAccording to the Mayo Clinic, the liver is an organ in the body that assists in the digestion of food in order to rid the body of toxins. Unfortunately, some individuals may develop a liver disease during the course of their lifetime. Liver disease may develop as a result of a number of factors, which include obesity, excessive alcohol consumption, … Read the rest

Asthma Can Be Fatal

medical malpractice lawyer Long IslandAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP), there are 18.4 million people in the United States who suffer from asthma. Asthma is a chronic respiratory condition that makes it difficult for a person to breathe. When an individual has asthma his or her airways narrow, swell, and cause excess mucus, which triggers coughing, wheezing, and shortness of … Read the rest

Lavern’s Law

New York medical malpractice lawyerRecently, New York State established Lavern’s Law to assist victims of misdiagnosis of cancer to hold both doctors and hospitals accountable. In 2013, Lavern Wilkinson died from incurable lung cancer due to doctors failing to accurately diagnose her illness. Ms. Wikinson had attempted to sue Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn. However, she could not commence an action because the time … Read the rest

Failure to Diagnose and Misdiagnosis Cases

There are many medical professionals out there who work their hardest and do their very best in order to save lives and ensure their patients receive the best health care possible. Yet even though there are many dedicated professionals out there, there are also people who are not doing their due diligence to ensure wellness. These medical professionals who make … Read the rest

Two Cases This Month Where Doctors’ Failure to Timely and Properly Treat Immunizes Them From Suit

Theres much talk these days about the proposed $250,000.00 cap on recoveries for pain and suffering in medical malpractice cases. I’ve seen a television advertisement crowing how medical malpractice reform will enhance patient safety (without mentioning the proposed cap), when common sense fails to explain how reducing a doctors or hospitals potential liability will make them act with more care … Read the rest