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When visiting a trained physician, patients should be able to trust their diagnoses and not have to worry whether their doctors’ assessments are unreliable. That sentiment is especially true considering that heart-related medical issues, like heart attacks, are the leading cause of death nationwide. Fortunately, many treatments can effectively prevent worsening conditions and future heart Continue Reading
At Silberstein, Awad & Miklos, P.C., one of the most commonly asked questions we hear is, “Can you sue a hospital for traumatic birth?” The short answer is “yes,” but there are a few things you ought to know. Experts define traumatic birth as a structural or functional impairment of a newborn due to trauma Continue Reading..
Two competing studies have painted a bleak picture of medical malpractice in the U.S. The first study, done by the McGill Office for Science and Society in 2000, suggested that medical errors were the cause of 44,000 to 98,000 deaths every year in America. That would have made medical errors the eighth most common cause Continue Reading..
While many people believe that medical malpractice only happens within the confines of a medical facility, the truth is that it can happen after hours, too. After your discharge from the hospital, you should be resting and healing at home. Following aftercare instructions is critical during this sensitive time, particularly after a major surgery. And Continue ...
Medications can produce miracles. But when an error occurs in prescribing or administering medication, you can suffer injuries or even death. Medication errors can support a negligence or malpractice claim. As a result, you may be able to recover compensation for the injuries you suffer and their consequences. Read on to learn what you need Continue Reading..
Victims in personal injury cases are forced to deal with the financial ramifications of their accidents. U.S. News and World Report ranked NYC as having the fourth worst traffic in the country. In 2019, before the pandemic, there were over 134,000 car accidents in New York City. The most common causes are distracted driving, improper Continue Reading..