Combating Medical Malpractice In New York City

We trust doctors, nurses and other health care professionals to always do everything they can to ensure we are healthy. But, errors do happen. Unlike in other professions, even the most minor medical care mistake can have terrible, even fatal, consequences.

If you are asking any of these questions, you may have been the victim of medical malpractice:

  • Did your doctor fail to diagnose a serious medical condition?
  • Are you experiencing more pain after surgery than before?
  • Did your loved one suffer needlessly from preventable complications?
  • Was your child born with birth injuries?

At the New York law offices of Keogh Crispi, our attorneys can answer your questions and help you determine whether or not you have a claim.

With over 40 years of combined personal injury litigation experience, we have the resources to handle the complexities of medical malpractice claims. Conducting a thorough investigation, we will work with a network of medical experts who will help us examine your case and determine if negligence was a contributing factor to your medical complications.

We are prepared to identify medical malpractice in a wide range of circumstances, including:

Even in seemingly clear-cut cases of medical malpractice, proving medical malpractice in court can be difficult. Just because your doctor made a mistake or a wrong decision does not mean there is an open-and-shut case.

Proving Medical Malpractice

In order to prove malpractice, we must show that your doctor breached his or her duty to you, and that this breach of duty led to your injuries. The best thing you can do is to speak with an attorney who has the skills, the experience and the resources to give the necessary professional advice and guidance.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

Located just two blocks from Grand Central Station, our firm works with clients across New York City. We also make home and hospital visits. Please contact us online today or call us at 212-518-2417 to schedule a free consultation and case evaluation.