How do I know if I’ve been the victim of medical malpractice?
Medical malpractice claims are sophisticated,and knowing whether or not you have a legitimate case is a matter you need to decide with an experienced medical malpractice attorney. Medical professionals have a responsibility to provide accurate answers to a patient’s questions. When you the professionals involved unwilling or seemingly unable to answer your questions about treatments or the condition of the patient,chances are good that you may be dealing with medical malpractice.
You’re entitled to competent, professional medical care which complies with the standards set forth by the state. If you feel you’ve received less than this during the course of you or a loved one’s medical treatment, you should be in contact with legal professionals without any further delay. To discuss your situation with experienced and compassionate New York medical malpractice lawyers, contact Lisa Michael and Associates, P.C., at(212) 776-1800.
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