One Of The Leading Causes Of Death Is Medical Malpractice

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), medical malpractice or unintentional accidents is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. This cause of death is only preceded by heart disease, cancer and chronic lower respiratory disease.

When doctors first become physicians, they vow to "first do no harm." Sometimes doctors are negligent or careless and a patient is harmed. If you've been harmed or lost a loved one due to medical negligence, you may have a medical malpractice suit.

Hire An Experienced Attorney For Your Case

Attorney Nicolas Bagley understands medical malpractice cases. He worked for one of the largest medical malpractice defense firms in the country. The experience of defending doctors in New York and reviewing medical files taught him how to put together an effective case for medical malpractice. He knows how the defense attorneys think and what arguments and strategies they may use.

Our medical malpractice attorney can evaluate your case for free. If Mr. Bagley takes on the case, he can create a strategy and work to prove medical malpractice. He is known for giving clients personal attention. He will strive for the best result in your case because your case is his concern.

Call The Bagley Firm, P.C., for your free case evaluation at 866-285-3813.

What Is Considered Medical Malpractice?

Medical negligence means that a physician has a duty of care to give their patients. When they breach that duty of care and the patient is harmed or dies, this is considered negligence or malpractice. These injuries and deaths are sometimes referred to as unintentional injuries or accidents. Whether they were intentional or not, you may have a case for malpractice.

The physician may be held liable if medical malpractice mistakes were made such as:

  • Not following standard procedures
  • Missing a diagnosis
  • Incorrectly prescribing medication
  • Leaving a surgical implement inside a patient during an operation
  • Not acting quickly enough in prescribing care

Physicians can and should be held liable for medical malpractice. If the doctor didn't exercise the normally expected care for a patient, you may have a case for medical malpractice.

Hold Physicians And Their Staff Accountable

Contact The Bagley Firm, P.C., today for a free evaluation. When doctors harm patients, those responsible need to be held accountable. Email us to schedule an appointment with a lawyer, or call our office in the Bronx at 866-285-3813.