NJ Personal Injury Attorneys Experienced in Medical Malpractice
All doctors, surgeons, and medical professionals undertake years of broad and extensive education and training. As a result, patients trust doctors to address their concerns seriously, order the correct batteries of tests, act appropriately in all situations, and meet all accepted levels of medical professionalism and care. We often consider doctors infallible, and entrust them with the health and lives of ourselves and our families.
However, doctors are indeed human and can make mistakes. When a patient suffers an injury, or even death, as a result of medical malpractice, those closest to the tragedy experience a range of emotions, and wonder how such a mistake could occur.
Ultimately, for the legal definition of medical malpractice to be satisfied, the victim must prove that the medical professional or institution in question violated the accepted standard of medical care, or took action that no other competent doctor, medical professional, or institution would have in the applicable situation.
If you may have been injured due to someone’s medical malpractice, contact the New Jersey Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury law firm of Einhorn, Barbarito, Frost & Botwinick, PC, for a consultation at 973-627-7300. Our Personal Injury attorneys handle Medical Malpractice and Wrongful Death cases throughout New Jersey.
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