As much as we do not like to admit it, medical malpractice does occur. Also, many people who love and trust their family doctors or their surgeons, are hesitant to think it is even possible. Furthermore, they do not want to “insult” or question their abilities. The fact is, medical malpractice is very real, as is the impact on your life or the life of a loved one. Those responsible, need to be held accountable.
With over 30 years of practicing law and litigating personal injury cases, Jeffrey S. Wasserman, P.C. has learned the ins and outs and the intricacies of medical malpractice. He knows how important the gathering of information and facts (i.e. evidence) are to the process. He understands what a positive outcome can mean for his clients.
Mr. Wasserman recognizes that this can be a very distressing time for anyone put in the position of sometimes having to litigate against the very person or persons they had trusted to help them. Oftentimes, the Medical Malpractice client is not feeling very well and already has a great deal of physical, and/or, emotional pain.
It is with these factors in mind that Jeffrey S. Wasserman, P.C., and staff strive to take the stress off of you as they guide you through the process, help gather all relevant medical records, and then prepare your case as expeditiously, expertly and efficiently as possible.
A settlement, or award, will not bring back a lost loved one. It cannot replace a damaged limb or heal an infant’s brain damaged by malpractice, however, a monetary resolution will enable the family, or those representing the now disabled individual, to more easily provide the care that individual now needs.
Now, perhaps you are unsure of what can actually be defined as Medical Malpractice, or what your rights are in these cases. We are here to help. Give us a call today with your questions, or to set up a consultation. As always, there is no money up front, and the consultation is free.
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