Category: Surgical Center Malpractice

Posted on

Leading Types of Preoperative Failures

NJ Preoperative Mistakes and Improper Care Lawyers Before any scheduled surgery date, there is a period of preoperative preparation. Preparation time for surgery is critical for hospital or surgical center staff to ensure your physical and mental state is ready for the planned operation or procedure. Each person’s case is different, so preparation may differ […]

read full article
Posted on

What can go Wrong after You Leave the Hospital

There are various reasons why you can sue a hospital for complications after discharge. If you have been to the hospital lately, you might be surprised by how quickly the hospital released you. Cost-savings are the prime motivator of your insurance company and hospital to get patients in and out as quickly as possible. Or […]

read full article
Posted on

Understanding Surgical Site Infections in New Jersey

NJ Surgical Site Infection Attorneys Among the many complications that may be caused by medical malpractice in New Jersey, surgical site infection is a dangerous problem. As a person planning to undergo surgery or a patient who has recently undergone a surgical procedure, there are some critical things about surgical site infection and other postoperative […]

read full article
Posted on

Orthopedic Surgery & Medical Negligence

Orthopedics, also spelled orthopaedics, is a medical specialty involving the musculoskeletal system. Like all other areas of medicine, there are good and bad outcomes when dealing with conditions that affect the bones, muscles, joints, tendons, and ligaments. If you find yourself experiencing symptoms that require an orthopedist or orthopedic procedure, the treatment you receive will […]

read full article
Posted on

Saddle Brook Surgical Center Reports Possible Infection Exposure for Thousands of Patients

The topic of medical malpractice at surgical centers is in the news yet again, as reports emerge that over 3,000 patients may have been exposed to serious infections including HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C, at a surgical center in Saddle Brook, New Jersey. Surgical centers in New Jersey have been the subject of public […]

read full article
Posted on

Infections Caused by Medical Malpractice in New Jersey

Suffered a Preventable Infection from Medical Negligence in NJ? There are a vast array of reasons why you may head to the hospital or another medical facility in New Jersey. When you need medical care for an illness or injury, have to undergo surgery or another medical procedure, are delivering your baby, or have a […]

read full article
Posted on

Medical Malpractice at Same-Day Surgery Centers in New Jersey

If you need a routine medical procedure in New Jersey, you may turn to a same-day surgery center as the most convenient option. The benefit of a these surgical centers is clear: you can undergo the surgery you need in a single day, avoiding a hospital stay and the bustling hospital environment that inevitably spells […]

read full article

Recent BlogPosts

  • September, 2022

    The Process of Investigating a Birth Injury Case

    What Happens during a Birth Injury Investigation Coming home from the hospital with a new bundle should be a joyous occasion. Unfortunately, many families do not leave with their newborns because they need continued care to survive or heal from an injury. Birth injuries may result from many causes, but the most tragic are those […]

    READ MORE
  • September, 2022

    How do You Know if You Have a Cerebral Palsy Claim?

    Determining if Your Child has a Cerebral Palsy Lawsuit Birth injuries occur more commonly than most people would think. One of the most common birth injuries are to the head and brain, but nerve and spinal cord damage can also occur at or near childbirth. When damage to the brain occurs before, during, or after […]

    READ MORE
  • September, 2022

    Spastic Cerebral Palsy Lawsuits

    Unique Complexities of Spastic Cerebral Palsy and Related Lawsuits in New Jersey Cerebral palsy is a brain disorder of various degrees and symptoms. The core component of cerebral palsy is brain damage that occurs before, at, or shortly after birth. The harm may come from developmental problems or injuries occurring during delivery. Sometimes, the causes […]

    READ MORE

Free Case
Evaluation

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Officelocations