Futterman, Sirotkin And Seinfeld, LLP
Futterman, Sirotkin And Seinfeld, LLP

Experienced litigation attorneys
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Assisting You Following A Failure To Properly Read X-rays, CAT Scans And MRIs

X-rays, CAT scans and MRIs are meant to identify health problems not externally detectable. Technology allows doctors to see things that they normally cannot. In many cases, using technology to examine a patient is only as effective as the medical professional’s skills in analyzing the results.

Immediate detection of a tumor, inflamed appendix or internal damage following an accident can help in achieving complete recovery. The inability to identify a medical problem after viewing a CAT scan or MRI can have catastrophic and sometimes deadly consequences.

Such Claims Require The Help Of An Experienced Lawyer

If you need legal help regarding a medical malpractice claim involving a New York doctor’s failure to properly read X-rays, CAT scans or MRIs, contact the Queens law firm of Futterman, Sirotkin & Seinfeld, LLP. Since 1950, we have represented area residents victimized by a doctor’s negligence and secured sizable recoveries on behalf of our clients.

Being sent home with a clean bill of health only to experience worsening symptoms hampers any chance at recovery. The inability of a doctor to see something literally right before his or her eyes requires immediate action by an experienced medical malpractice attorney.

We review medical records in-depth with our on-staff medical professionals and network of experts specializing and holding board certification in the related areas of medicine. We find out what happened and if your case has merit. We analyze what they wrote and — more importantly — what they didn’t write.

Put Your Trust In An Established Queens Medical Malpractice Law Firm

Call 866-679-2513 or 718-577-2573 to arrange a free consultation at one of our three convenient law offices in New York. Our main office, located on Queens Blvd. and Union Turnpike in Queens, is easily accessible by car, bus, the subway lines and the LIRR.