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Medical malpractice cases help victims get compensation for their injuries and pay for the care they need. New York medical malpractice attorneys know, however, that they can be very complex cases. It is not sufficient to show that there was an injury; it must also be shown that the injury was caused by medical negligence or a failure to meet the standards of professional care in the medical community. There are often multiple defendants, such as the hospital and several …

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Defendants in medical malpractice cases often seek extensive information regarding the plaintiff’s medical history. Plaintiffs may find these requests intrusive. New York medical malpractice attorneys know that, although courts often allow defendants wide latitude in accessing a plaintiff’s records, plaintiffs may sometimes obtain a protective order to prevent defendants from accessing certain records. A New York court may issue a protective order to deny, limit, condition, or regulate any “disclosure device” “to prevent unreasonable annoyance, expense, embarrassment, disadvantage, or other …

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Many people assume that the medical devices used in their surgical procedures have been rigorously tested when receiving approval by the FDA. This would make sense, considering the important role these devices play in the success of your procedure. Unfortunately, this is rarely the case. In reality, most medical devices have only undergone minimal testing, if any, before being approved for use in surgical procedures.
As a result, you may be a guinea pig for a new device recently approved. It …

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According to several studies, approximately 40% of medical malpractice cases are caused by a failure to diagnose a condition. A failure to properly diagnose certain conditions such as cancer or a heart attack can potentially have life-threatening consequences. However, even failing to diagnose more common conditions such as an infection can result in serious injuries that require additional medical treatment to correct.
There are many reasons why a medical professional may fail to diagnose a condition properly. Some of the most …

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