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Medical Malpractice

Nassau County Medical Malpractice Attorney

Have You Been Injured by Medical Professional?

Medical malpractice is a form of professional negligence wherein a doctor, nurse, or other medical personnel does not maintain a proper duty of care when looking after someone in their charge. Those victimized by this type of negligence can incur serious injuries, as well as other detrimental and long-lasting health issues.

If you have been the victim of medical malpractice in Nassau County, whether through negligent or intentional acts of a health care provider, you may be able to collect monetary compensation for your injuries.

Retain the help of a qualified and dedicated Nassau County medical malpractice attorney today by calling our office at (516) 628-6402.

Filing a Medical Malpractice Claim

In order to collect damages for an incident of medical malpractice, you must first file a claim against the doctor or medical facility. Under New York State laws, you only have 30 months from the date of the incident to pursue a lawsuit. The only exception to this is in the case that you did not discover the illness or injury until the 30 months had already passed. In this case, the individual has one year from the date of discovery to pursue compensation.

The legal process can be difficult, complicated, and you may find that you are greatly opposed in your endeavors. For this reason it is essential for you to speak with a knowledgeable Nassau County medical malpractice attorney from the Law Offices of Charles R. Gueli when experiencing issues of malpractice.

Common Types of Medical Malpractice

An injury caused by medical malpractice can occur in a variety of ways. Our firm can consult with medical experts to ascertain how malpractice may have occurred and to what extent.

Types of malpractice cases we handle include:

A doctor may commit this malpractice for a number of reasons:

  1. as an act of negligence,
  2. for dishonest gain;
  3. or for another reason.

What types of things could a doctor do for financial gain? Unnecessary surgeries, other treatments, and superfluous medications are some of the most common cases that could qualify under this umbrella of malpractice. By working with an attorney, we can investigate the situation and report this, allowing you to be compensated for the materials used. Additionally, some prescriptions can have some very serious side effects as well as lasting impairments that could harm an individual for many years.

Take the First Step Towards Recovering Compensation

Our Nassau County medical malpractice attorney can answer your questions regarding your case, discuss your options with you, advise you of the best legal action to take, and provide you with aggressive representation of your claim in court if you choose to work with us. Having an experienced attorney on your side who truly cares about you and your case maximizes your chances for an outcome that best assists you in your recovery moving forward.

Call our Nassau County injury firm today to schedule your free evaluation—(516) 628-6402

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