Medical Malpractice Attorney in Kingston
Representing victims of medical malpractice across the Hudson Valley
If you have been affected by the negligence of a medical professional, you should contact an attorney as soon as possible. Jeff Brody Injury Law, of Ulster County, has been a legal resource for the people of New York for over 30 years and handles a variety of medical malpractice cases, including birth injuries, failure to diagnose, surgical errors, and medication errors, just to name a few. If you have been affected by a medical professional that did not meet the medical standard of care, you should contact Jeff Brody Injury Law. The firm is ready to assess you case, guide you through your legal choices, and effectively represent your interests. If you need Mr. Brody’s help, do not hesitate to contact Jeff Brody Injury Law for a free consultation today.
The day a child is born should be an event filled with excitement, joy, and love. When parents find out that their child was injured during delivery, the news can be devastating. When the birth injury could have been prevented, parents should consider their legal options. Birth injuries can occur throughout the birthing process and for many reasons. Some are minor issues. Some can be quite catastrophic. Some of these injuries may not be diagnosed for months or years before surfacing.
When a patient puts trust in a medical professional, he or she hopes to be in the hands of a competent person. Effective medical care needs to be prompt and correct. When you go to your doctor for an unknown problem or symptom, you believe that he or she will do a thorough job, meeting or exceeding a certain level of care. You believe that your doctor will exhaust every medical test in order to determine your ailment.
If you or a loved one have undergone surgery, you hope that everything goes well and the doctor declares the procedure a success. In some unfortunate cases, mistakes are made. Though mistakes happen in surgery, it does not automatically mean that you have a case for medical malpractice. In order for the law to consider the mistake medical malpractice, the surgery must have fallen below the acceptable medical standard of care and, in turn, caused you serious injury. Simply put, a surgical error is a preventable mistake that occurs during surgery.
Medication has many uses. If you are hurt, it can relieve pain. If you are sick, it can cure you. If you suffer from a long-term problem, it can improve your quality of life. If medical professionals deviate from the standard of care regarding medication, you can be seriously injured. The wrong medication has been also known to kill. Health care providers have a level of care they must satisfy regarding medicating a patient in a variety of medical situations. They must use caution when prescribing, administering, filling, and assessing the medication you take.