Serving The Injured In New York And Pennsylvania

Fighting To Recover Against Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice claims are some of the most difficult personal injury claims, as the defending medical professional or hospital often has a big legal team and insurance company representing them to minimize the compensation they pay. To help maximize the settlement you receive in your claim, arm yourself with a skilled medical malpractice claim.

At The Perry Law Firm LLC, we provide our New York and Pennsylvania clients with the representation they need in their claims. We provide our clients with decades of experience as defenders of insurance companies in these claims, and we now put that knowledge to the benefit of the plaintiffs who need fair compensation for their injuries.

How We Build Your Claim

There are several key factors that we need to develop in a medical malpractice claim. We take the time to review the unique details of your claim to establish these four factors:

  1. The medical professional had a duty to treat you
  2. The actions they took violated their duty
  3. The injury that their actions caused
  4. The resulting damages of the injury

We have been able to develop our history of success in these cases because of our meticulous attention to detail and our dedication to our clients. We want to see you earn favorable possible in your claim as much as you do, and we have the experience and skill necessary to see it happen.

Should You Have An Attorney In These Cases?

After a possible malpractice incident, hospitals may act fast to convince you to sign away your right to sue or to accept a lowball settlement offer. We can act on your behalf to see that you get the money you deserve for your injuries.

What Are The Consequences Of Malpractice?

Medical malpractice can have consequences that last a lifetime. Depending on the severity of the injury, a victim can suffer from scarring or burns, numbness, paralysis, muscle damage, loss of mobility, and loss of life.

What Are Some Examples Of Malpractice?

Malpractice can happen inside or outside the operating room. Common examples include misdiagnosis errors, birth injuries, medication errors, neglecting a patient, anesthesia errors, and failure to diagnose.

Start Pursuing Your Fair Compensation Today

Medical malpractice claims can take weeks, months or longer to finally settle, leaving you with mounting bills from your accident. Let us help you get your fair compensation in a swift and efficient manner today. Call 866-400-1976 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation at our offices in Scranton and New York City.