NYC Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Committed Injury Representation in New York
Every year, thousands of Americans are injured and killed because of mistakes
made by medical professionals. Doctors, nurses, chiropractors, physical
therapists, physician's assistants, and other medical practitioners
and care providers hold positions of trust. If you or someone close to
you was hurt or even killed because a medical professional failed to provide
standard, thorough, and attentive care, you could be entitled to compensation
for the damages you have suffered.
Examples of situations in which medical malpractice lawsuits may be filed
include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Birth injuries caused by negligent prenatal care or negligence during the birth
- Brain trauma
- Anesthesia errors
- Surgery errors, including retention of foreign bodies such as sponges or
- Misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis of a condition such as diabetes or cancer
- Medication errors, including overmedication and failure to prescribe
Do I have a valid medical malpractice claim?
Not every mistake by a medical professional constitutes a valid malpractice
claim. You must be able to demonstrate that the doctor or other practitioner
was actually negligent and that his or her incompetence caused your injury.
The best way to learn about the strength of your particular case is to
talk to a
New York City personal injury attorney who has experience in medical malpractice cases.
Legal Counsel Based on More Than 30 Years of Combined Experience
At Musa-Obregon & Associates, we are dedicated to helping our clients
collect the compensation they deserve for serious injuries. Nothing is
more important to us than the satisfaction of our clients. We want to
ensure that your rights are protected and upheld every step of the way
and that you are able to achieve a positive result to the ordeal you have
experienced. Let us help you move forward with your life after a situation
of medical malpractice.
Contact Musa-Obregon & Associates today to schedule a consultation.