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If you have a medical malpractice case, speak to qualified lawyers serving the Staten Island, Bronx, New York City, and New York state areas.
Calcagno & Associates
900 South Avenue, 3rd Floor
Staten Island, NY, 10314
By appointment only
New York, NY, 10004
Grand Concourse Bronx, NY, 10451 Phone: 718-933-4448
Bay Parkway Brooklyn, NY, 11214 Phone: 800-487-6837
Medical malpractice occurs when the action or lack of action taken by a health care provider deviates from accepted standards of medical safety and injures a patient. Medical malpractice victims often times are not aware that malpractice has taken place. Those who suspect that they or someone they love has been affected by medical malpractice should speak with lawyers in Staten Island, the Bronx, New York City, or other parts of New York state to learn more about how to investigate the cause of the injury.
The term “ medical malpractice” encompasses a wide variety of legal fields. It may be helpful to research the type of malpractice that applies to your case. If you are not sure which type relates to you yet believe that a health care professional has acted negligently or improperly in your care or the care of a loved one, contact medical malpractice lawyers in Staten Island, the Bronx, New York City, or New York state for information about the relevant laws.
In order to prove medical malpractice, your lawyers must establish all four of these elements in court:
If a health care professional owed some type of care to a patient and failed to deliver that care, causing an injury and financial losses due to medical bills or other medical expenses, you may be entitled to compensation.
If you or someone you love has been injured by the mistake of a medical professional, you may have suffered because of medical malpractice. Lawyers serving Staten Island, the Bronx, New York City, and the rest of the state may be able to help you learn more about the origins of your injury and discern whether it was caused by medical malpractice. Ask an attorney about your case for free legal advice.