Medical malpractice can come in many forms, from surgical errors, to prescribing the wrong medication, or even causing additional injuries while attempting to repair an existing one. Sometimes, though, a doctor or other healthcare provider misses something or gets something wrong, resulting in misdiagnosis. However, even an honest mistake can result in real harm to patients, who rely on a doctor’s diagnosis to determine how their illnesses should be treated.… Read the rest
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
Recently, 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 period to do so had already expired.… Read the rest
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 mistakes should be held accountable for their mistakes, which is where our personal injury attorneys come into play. Our legal team wishes to improve the medical profession by making sure there is accountability.
Right now, our firm would like to … Read the rest
The sports pages continue to be filled with articles about athletes who suffer concussions and other head injuries. A hot topic this week is the National Hockey Leagues consideration of imposing a rule effective this season – as opposed to next season) – to prohibit shots to players heads from behind or blindside (considering that such contact bears no relation to the skills of playing the game on an individual or team wide basis it seems almost incomprehensible that such hits are presently legal so long as there is no finding of intent to injure).
Now, in what has been … Read the rest