Hudson Valley Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Exposing Medical Negligence & Injuries
When you go to the doctor, you trust that they can and will provide a high level of care to protect your health. Unfortunately, medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the U.S., with an average of 440,000 people dying each year due to preventable medical problems.
Our Hudson Valley medical malpractice lawyers represent victims and their families to help them fight for the resources they need. Every medical professional that is held accountable for their actions prevents another family from suffering the same or similar fate.
We take on medical malpractice cases across the Hudson Valley, including those that involve:
- Failure to diagnose
- Improper treatment
- Failure to warn of risks
- Birth injuries
- Surgical errors and malpractice
- Nursing malpractice
- Hospital infections
- Medication errors
- Misdiagnosis of an illness/injury
- Emergency room errors
To find out how we can help you, call (845) 763-4100 for a free consultation.
Time Is of the Essence in Malpractice Cases
New York law requires a medical malpractice lawsuit to be filed within two years and six months of the date of the alleged malpractice or the completion of ongoing treatment. If a foreign object was left inside of the body, there is a time period of one year since learning about the object to bring a lawsuit. Minor children have an extended time period to seek justice, allowing 10 years since the incident to bring a case.
Because you have a limited time to come forward with a case, we recommend involving an attorney from our Hudson Valley, NY law firm as soon as possible.
Why Our Medical Malpractice Lawyers?
There are no limits to the amount of compensation a victim of medical malpractice is entitled to recover. That is why our Hudson Valley medical malpractice attorneys aggressively pursue all avenues to present a comprehensive view of how an injury has impacted your life. We provide compassionate guidance throughout the process to help you make informed decisions.
Retaining legal representation for medical malpractice cases is essential. To prove a case, a patient must be able to show that a professional relationship existed with their doctor, the doctor was negligent, this negligence resulted in an injury, and this injury resulted in specific harm. Our team works with numerous experts to build rock-solid cases for our clients.