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Medical Malpractice Attorney in West Orange, New Jersey

We are lucky to live in an area with access to some of the best hospitals and doctors in the world. With so much trust put into medical professionals, it is always shocking when they don’t live up to our expectations and fail to meet the standard of care that other professionals would meet. When a doctor, nurse, or hospital is negligent, it may be considered medical malpractice. This negligence can result in serious further injury, illness, or death for a patient. If you or a loved one have been the victim of a medical malpractice case, it is important to consider your legal options. The legal team at Brown Law, LLC understands how challenging the period of time after malpractice can be for a family and we are here to help. Our firm will help you get the compensation you deserve while working hard to hold medical professionals accountable for their actions. Contact Brown Law, LLC today.

Types of Medical Malpractice

We put a great deal of trust in doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals. Unfortunately, not all medical professionals live up to their esteemed reputation and fail to meet the standard of care they are expected to. This can result in significant, lifelong and life-threatening impacts. When serious mistakes are made, it is important to hold these medical professionals accountable. Some of the many types of mistakes that may be considered medical malpractice include the following:

  • Birth injuries

  • Failure to diagnose

  • Failure to diagnose cancer

  • Anesthesia errors

  • Surgical errors

  • Medication errors

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Fulfilling The Burden of Proof

Medical malpractice cases are some of the most challenging lawsuits that attorneys handle. New Jersey requires that the burden of proof be fulfilled. This simply means that you have to provide evidence that shows that the medical professional being accused of malpractice was negligent. Medical malpractice cases also require the plaintiff to prove that the medical professional did not meet the same standard that his or her peers would have met in the same situation. Sometimes, medical errors cannot be avoided but it does not necessarily fall into the category of malpractice. It is important to retain the services of an experienced medical malpractice attorney that can assess your situation to determine whether you have a case. If so, Brown Law, LLC is ready to fight for you.

Recovering Damages

The primary goal of bringing a personal injury lawsuit for medical malpractice is often to hold the negligent party responsible for their actions and to try and recover compensation for the burdens that were faced. A successful medical malpractice case is able to recover damages for both economic and noneconomic hardships that were brought on by the negligence and could have been avoided if the medical professional had been more careful. Some of the economic damages that may be recovered include the cost of medical bills, rehabilitation, an additional treatment that is needed, making adaptations to the home, and lost wages. A few of the non-economic damages that may be recovered include the emotional distress caused by negligence, pain and suffering, loss of independence, loss of enjoyment of life, and more.

Contact a New Jersey Attorney

If you have been seriously injured because of a medical professional’s negligence, it is important that you consult with an experienced attorney who can assess your situation, determine if malpractice occurred, and help you recover the compensation you are entitled to. The legal team at Brown Law, LLC is here to help when you need it most. Contact our team of experienced medical malpractice attorneys to learn more about the next steps in your case.