Doctors and nurses are often considered among the most knowledgeable and respected members of our community. Unfortunately, not every medical professional acts with their patient’s best interests in mind. Medical malpractice can cause severe injuries and have a significant lasting effect on victims. However, victims of medical malpractice may be unsure of how to prove their claim and pursue justice.
If you have suffered an injury due to medical malpractice in New York, you deserve the best legal representation possible. At the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, our attorneys have over a century of experience helping medical malpractice victims recover compensation for the total value of their injuries and other losses. When you retain our services, you can have peace of mind that your case is in the capable hands of a seasoned legal professional.
The 4 Essential Elements in a New York Medical Malpractice Case
A medical malpractice claim must contain four vital elements to establish the healthcare provider’s liability successfully. The seasoned attorneys at the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe have extensive experience collecting evidence to prove these elements and building strong claims on your client’s behalf. All viable medical malpractice claims must include the following essential elements:
- The medical professional owed you a professional standard of care
- The medical professional breached the standard of care by acting negligently
- This violation of the standard of care caused your injuries
- You incurred economic and non-economic damages due to your injuries
When a doctor and patient form a professional relationship, the doctor must uphold a high professional standard of care. In other words, they must react and provide care as other equally qualified doctors would in a similar situation. If a doctor violates this standard of care and causes the patient harm, they may be found liable for their injuries through a medical malpractice claim. The final element you must prove is the damages you suffered as a result of your doctor’s negligence. A skilled attorney can help you organize your medical bills and other expenses to prove that you suffered losses due to the healthcare provider’s actions.
How a Seasoned Medical Malpractice Attorney Can Help You
When you partner with an experienced medical malpractice attorney from the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, we will guide you through every step of the complex claims process to help you establish the negligent medical professional’s negligence. A few of the many ways our skilled legal team can help you include the following:
- Thoroughly investigating every detail of your case
- Interviewing eyewitnesses
- Collecting evidence to establish liability
- Partnering with expert witnesses to support your claim
- Filing all paperwork correctly and on time
- Organizing your medical bills
- Advocating aggressively for your rights inside and outside of court
- Answering all of your legal questions
We take a personalized approach to every case and will tailor our strategy to your individual case and needs.
Retain the Services of a Highly-Qualified Medical Malpractice Attorney at the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe
Medical malpractice can upend a victim’s life, forcing them to contend with expensive, long-term consequences. At the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, we find the negligence of medical professionals unacceptable. When we take your case, we will fight tirelessly to hold the parties responsible for your injuries fully accountable for your pain, suffering, and financial losses. To discuss your case with a talented member of our team, give us a call at 516-358-6900 or complete our contact form today. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to learn more about our team and other legal topics.
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