It’s everyone’s hope that when they visit a doctor or other medical professional, that they will receive the best care possible so that they get regain their health quickly. However, even medical professionals with the best intentions make mistakes.
A medical mistake can cost the patient time, money, their health, their way of life, or even their life. That’s why the law allows the victims of medical malpractice to sue the person or medical facility whose negligence caused them harm.
A medical malpractice lawsuit can provide the plaintiff with compensation for lost wages, physical pain, emotional suffering, and medical bills. If the patient died because of the medical malpractice, their loved ones may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit on their behalf which can provide additional compensation for funeral and burial expenses, lost inheritance, and the loss of companionship.
Contact our New Rochelle personal injury law firm today to learn more about how we handle medical malpractice claims and how our team is ready to help you.
At Banville Law, we fully understand how dangerous working in the construction industry can be. Every single day, workers have to deal with slip and fall hazards, live wires, defective tools, falling objects, and employers who don’t want to enforce the correct safety standards – all while frequently working at great heights and in extreme weather conditions.
When a construction worker is injured, it is often serious enough to prevent them from returning to work for an extended period of time, if ever. So not only are they dealing with a loss of wages but this is in addition to the expensive medical bills they will now be facing.
Workers’ compensation is supposed to cover most of these medical bills, however, denied claims are common and the appeals process is confusing. In addition to this, many injured workers don’t realize that they are eligible to file a construction accident lawsuit. This lawsuit can provide compensation for losses that workers’ comp cannot, like lost income and physical pain and suffering.
Statistics have shown that the average American will be involved in a car accident every 18 years. What the statistics don’t show is the life-altering impact that accident can have on the victims.
Negligence occurs when the driver who caused the accident was:
Although auto insurance will cover some of the losses sustained by the victims, once a policy limit has been reached, the insurance company will simply send a letter stating they will no longer pay. Then, the victim is left alone to deal with the aftermath.
Our legal team believes that no victim should have to suffer additional losses because someone else made a mistake. That’s why we help car accident victims obtain the compensation they need to cover medical bills and lost wages, as well as pain and suffering. We treat every case as though it were our own and our goal is to get the best possible compensation for our clients.
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