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Our attorneys advocate for those who suffer injuries due to the negligence of physicians, nurses, other health care professionals, hospitals, and medical facilities.
Our team addresses the most complex of pediatric malpractice cases, including rare conditions such as craniosynostosis and plagiocephaly.
Medical Errors and Claims for Necrotizing Fasciitis in New Jersey
Necrotizing fasciitis, the flesh-eating disease, is a rare bacterial infection that can lead to serious health issues. Necrosis is the death of organ or tissue cells due to several causes, so necrotizing is the dying of cells in organs or tissue. Fascia is the tissue that surrounds muscles, bones, vessels, and organs and holds them […]
Premature Hospital Discharge: What it is and When You can File a Lawsuit
Being Discharged Early from the Hospital is Common, but in Some Cases, Wrongful Discharge can Lead to Serious Complications Of course, not all early discharges are considered medical malpractice. Sometimes a doctor discharges a patient because they seem stable enough to leave the hospital. And yet, the physician may be liable when they release a […]
Understanding Fever Errors
New Jersey Fever Error Attorneys Most people consider fevers as signs of sickness like the flu. However, there are many potential causes of fevers and some may require urgent medical attention. Although fevers often accompany other diseases, sometimes they result from medical errors. Due to the prevalence of fevers in everyday life, you may wonder […]