Medical malpractice takes many forms, but birth injuries and the problems they cause can be particularly difficult for families to deal with. Sadly, these incidents continue to take place at an unacceptable rate in New York, NY, and across the United States. On top of fetal death, other complications that may result from problems during childbirth include Erb's palsy and cerebral palsy. At the law offices of Futterman, Sirotkin & Seinfeld LLP, we strongly believe that those who are responsible for birth injuries that should have been prevented must be held accountable.
Every year, far too many people suffer debilitating injuries and even lose their lives because of urgent care mistakes, overcrowding and other problems in the emergency room. In New York, NY, and across the country, some of these emergency room errors constitute medical malpractice and it is important for victims to take action. Whether someone experiences a drug interaction injury as a result of a prescription error or does not receive the treatment they need soon enough because of delayed care, it is imperative for negligent medical professionals and urgent care facilities to be held accountable.
When people take drugs that have been prescribed by their doctor, they often assume that the medication will not harm them. Unfortunately, in New York, NY, and around the country, many people have suffered serious injuries and even lost their lives because of a prescription error. At the law offices of Futterman, Sirotkin & Seinfeld, LLP, we are committed to helping patients who are dealing with the consequences of these errors move forward.
From sexual assault to reckless neglect, nursing home patients sometimes face a number of threats while staying in a facility that is supposed to be taking care of them. Furthermore, some of them may have difficulty standing up for their rights for a variety of reasons, whether they think no one will listen or lack the resources they need to move out. Nursing home abuse is particularly upsetting and occurs too frequently in New York, NY, and across the nation. As a result, this mistreatment must be addressed immediately whenever it takes place.