Medical Malpractice Claims Are Highly Complicated Cases
Successfully litigating a medical malpractice case is difficult. The medical industry safeguards its workers and facilities with protective policies, expert witnesses and attorneys to minimize medical malpractice claims. When physicians, anesthesiologists, nurses, physicians’ assistants, chiropractors and other health care providers cause harm, proving your injury is a result of their negligence, will meet with many obstacles. It is critical to speak with an experienced medical malpractice attorney as soon as you believe you or your loved one is a victim of medical malpractice.
Medical malpractice is sometimes clouded by those who are not happy with the outcome of a medical procedure or experience a known, unavoidable side-effect. A physician’s lawyer will jump on this and attempt to derail a lawsuit for lack of standing or lack of compensable damages. At Michael J. Aviles & Associates LLC, our attorneys have the resources to develop sophisticated strategies for complicated medical malpractice claims.
Holding Medical Professionals Liable For Their Mistakes
Crowded hospitals and clinics, overworked staff members, physician fatigue, mistaken communications, record mix-ups or employee alcohol and drug abuse are a few reasons medical malpractice is still prevalent in the health care industry.
Medical malpractice results when a health care provider acts negligently or fails to act in providing a quality standard of care. Our lawyers are experienced in litigating medical malpractice cases arising due to:
- Failure to diagnose a serious disease or illness
- Misdiagnosis of an illness or disease
- Unhygienic conditions leading to severe infections such as staphylococcus (staph), endocarditis, or methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
- Birth injuries
- Prescription mistakes
- Unnecessary, harmful procedures
- Surgical errors
- Dental procedures
- Wrongful death
The statute of limitations for initiating a medical malpractice claim is 30 months from the date of injury. Contact Michael J. Aviles & Associates LLC in New York to speak with our attorneys soon. We will hold the medical practitioners accountable for their mistakes and your suffering.
The Time Is Now
Not every medical injury will result in a medical malpractice case. These types of personal injury cases are intricate and multifaceted. Call 212-307-0023 or send us an email to start a conversation with us to learn how our team can help you.