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Am I A Victim of Medical Malpractice?

Am I A Victim of Medical Malpractice?

Thursday, November 13th, 2014

Sometimes it can be difficult to determine if you have actually been a victim of medical malpractice, or if the experience you’ve had was simply circumstance. The best way to determine if you have a case or not is to seek the professional opinion of an experienced Newburgh medical malpractice lawyer.

Mr. Rock has years of experience with the complicated legal requirements of medical malpractice claims and he can help you tell the difference between negligence and circumstance.

Though it is often impossible to make the call yourself, some common signs that you may have been a victim of medical malpractice include.

  • Inadequate information provided to you by medical staff regarding your condition
  • A lack of communication about your results, including a failure on behalf of the medical staff to schedule follow-up appointments
  • Delayed testing or lab work that could have lead to a failure to efficiently diagnose your condition
  • Post-surgical complications, infections or medication side effects that your doctor failed to discuss with you

Even if you think you may have experienced some of these issues, it’s important to remember that medical malpractice claims are not simply based on a doctor’s mistake or unfortunate medical results. To file a successful claim, you must prove that your healthcare provider administered a level of care below acceptable standards and that because of this negligence or recklessness you were harmed. Mr. Rock can help.

If you believe you may be a victim or medical malpractice and you would like to find out how to pursue your claim, contact Charles N. Rock, PLLC at (845) 566-9200 for a free case evaluation. Our experienced Newburgh medical malpractice lawyer serves clients throughout New Paltz, Kingston, New Windsor, Poughkeepsie, Middletown and the surrounding areas.
Category: Medical Malpractice
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