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Westchester County Medical Malpractice Attorney: Bronson Law Offices, P.C.

Filing a Claim or Lawsuit for Damages in a Medical Malpractice Case

The statistics on iatrogenic injuries - those caused by doctors or other medical professionals - are shockingly high. There are approximately 2 million people who acquire infections while in a hospital; and 90,000 die from these infections each year. Hospital borne infections are exceptionally hard to treat as these infections do not respond well to antibiotics. Approximately 2.2 patients experience an adverse reaction to a prescribed medication; and deaths that were inadvertently induced by a physician, surgeon or due to a medical treatment or procedure (or failure to diagnose) stands at close to 200,000 per year, as well as 6.1 million injuries that did not result in death. Whether through an adverse drug reaction, medical error, infection, unnecessary procedure, or related to surgery, the numbers are eighth leading cause of death in the country. The Department of Health and Human Service, Office of the Inspector General, issued a report on Adverse Events in Hospitals among those who are on Medicare are also exceptionally high - ranging at about 13.5 percent of those that are admitted to the hospital, or one in 7. The report found that 44% of these adverse events were clearly or likely completely preventable.

If the Healthcare Professional Breaches a Duty of Care

When a person is put under medical care, it is expected that the health of the person will improve, or the condition will be resolved, or minimally that the patient will not be in danger from the treatment. Sadly, there are many, many cases of medical malpractice and a great number that are unreported. Many law firms will not take on medical malpractice cases, as the medical profession tends to support each other, and a doctor who has made a terrible error that led to illness, injury or death, can usually find another medical professional to testify that the actions were acceptable. A personal injury lawyer must be creative, strategic and willing to go the distance in crafting a case for the injured person.

Medical malpractice cases are based upon facts related to the "accepted standard of care." These are actions that another similar medical professional would have done under the same circumstances. It is imperative that you have the highest quality legal representation if you or a loved one has been the victim of medical malpractice or medical negligence. You may be uncertain whether medical malpractice is the real cause. At Bronson Law Offices, P.C., the firm is working in partnership with Attorney Phillip DeCaro on medical malpractice cases. Mr. De Caro has a reputation in the field of medical malpractice law, and the firm believes your interests and rights should be protected by an attorney of this caliber and level of ability.

Experienced Representation in Westchester County

The Westchester County medical malpractice lawyer has been serving the community for over 25 years; they offer their clients the committed, professional and effective legal representation that will be necessary in cases of medical malpractice. It is advised that you contact the firm as early as possible after the injury, illness, condition or loss of life has taken place. Medical records can be lost, altered or difficult to find, and witnesses have hazy memories. The earlier the firm gets involved in the case, the better it could be for the situation with regard to final case outcome. The must act quickly to get the case moving forward.

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