Hospital Negligence

Many hospitals in America are in trouble. Staff members are overworked and poorly supervised. Critical channels of communication are broken. In the hectic atmosphere of today's overburdened hospitals, patients sometimes just don't get the attention they need. The focus on quick diagnosis and quick turnaround leads to bad diagnoses and the premature release of patients who are at risk.

If you suffered a serious injury or a loved one died as a result of negligence at a New York City area hospital, the lawyers of Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum can help you seek maximum financial compensation and real justice. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.

When Is the Hospital Responsible for a Doctor's Mistake or Nursing Error?

Like any employer, hospitals have a moral — and often legal — responsibility to see to it that their employees are properly trained and to appropriately handle any reports of negligence or incompetence.

When a hospital employs a doctor or nurse with a record of providing substandard care, or when a clinic fails to fire a plastic surgeon who operates while drunk or under the influence of drugs, the hospital or clinic may be guilty of negligence.

Hospital negligence cases can be very complicated. Many hospitals have entire legal teams dedicated to preventing patients and their families from getting the compensation they need after a serious injury or wrongful death. You need an experienced, dedicated team of your own if you hope to stand up to the hospital and hold it to account for it's negligence.

At Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, we have extensive experience and a proven record of results in complex personal injury and medical malpractice cases. Contact our Wall Street offices today for a free, no-obligation consultation. All hospital negligence cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. You will owe no attorney's fees until we obtain an insurance settlement or jury award for you.