How much of a settlement could I get if I win a medical malpractice suit?
The compensation awarded for a successful medical malpractice suit can include money for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. If the particular case involves permanent disability caused by the malpractice, the damages can include money for long term care and the loss of future income.
There is a broad range of things which factor into the judgement which is awarded to a victim. Hiring an experienced New York malpractice attorney will help guide you through the process of securing the best possible compensation for your injuries at the hands of negligent medical professionals. Call the offices of Lisa Michael and Associates, P.C. today to see what assistance we can provide during your free case evaluation.
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