Surgical Errors, Medication Errors And Diagnosis Errors Are More Common Than We Think

Anyone going into medical treatment can anticipate some level of risk in the process. Whether you react to anesthesia or take longer than estimated to heal are simply not controllable factors. However, when your doctor neglects certain professional standards and makes mistakes that were meant to be avoided, you may be entitled to a compensation for your losses.

Work With A Skilled New York Medical Errors Attorney

Many people in New York have experienced medical negligence in the form of surgical errors, diagnostic errors and medication errors. Even by some of the best doctors. When you find yourself in this situation, having a skilled personal injury lawyer by your side is crucial to securing compensation and justice.

Based in the Bronx, attorney Alan S. Friedman represents clients across New York City. Alan S. Friedman has over 25 years of experience in handling a variety of medical error claims. Through effective communication with your doctor as well as aggressive legal representation, you can expect him to build a strong case in your favor.

Understanding Where Your Doctor May Have Gone Wrong

When protocol is not upheld strictly enough, your doctor may overlook certain details that are essential to running a smooth operation or checkup. The following are some of the most common errors involving malpractice:

· Surgical errors: Sometimes, surgeons accidentally leave surgical tools in the patient's body, such as needles or sponges. Other times, they may operate on the wrong patient's body by failing to first verify his or her identity, operate on the wrong limb, or even remove the wrong organ.

· Diagnostic errors: This can mean either being diagnosed late into your illness, getting a wrong diagnosis (misdiagnosis) or having your doctor fail to diagnose you altogether. It could be that your test results were miscalculated, that your doctor did not have the necessary equipment to determine your conditions, or that a nurse or staff member simply forgot to report your test results in time to your doctor.

· Medication errors: Whether your doctor's handwriting was simply unreadable or your nurse forgot to verify your drug interactions are all reasons that could get you prescribed with the wrong medication. Nurses and pharmacists also sometimes make mistakes, administering the wrong medicine or the wrong dose.

There are many more reasons that could result in any of these errors. If you have experienced severe harm as a result of medical negligence, we can help you file a claim. Our lawyers are prepared to fight for your rights.

You Do Not Have To Clean Up The Mess Alone

No one should have to leave the hospital with more medical complications that could have been prevented altogether. We at the law office of Alan S. Friedman are here to handle your case for you, so that you do not have to navigate the consequences alone. To schedule a free consultation with our firm, call 646-569-9896 or contact us online. Hablamos español.