Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice is an extremely complex field.  In order to win a medical malpractice case, the injured party must prove that the doctor or hospital departed from good and accepted medical practice in the community.  Doctors defending the other side often claim that the result was an accepted known risk or an unforeseen, unavoidable consequence.  If the doctors defending the other side agree that malpractice was committed, they often claim that the defendant did not cause the damage.

With almost 30 years of experience, the attorneys at the Law Office of Randolph H. Wolf know how to evaluate medical malpractice cases and can give you guidance as to the prospects of recovery in your case. Having a medical doctor on staff provides our medical malpractice clients with an important advantage in medical negligence litigation.

The attorneys at the Law Office of Randolph H. Wolf have experience handling a wide range of medical malpractice cases.  We represent clients and family members injured due to:

  • Anesthesiologist, physician, nurse, and other health care specialist errors;
  • Misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose, and failure to inform;
  • Surgeon errors;
  • Emergency room and hospital negligence;
  • Medication errors including over-medication, under-medication, and failure to medicate;
  • Breach of accepted medical standard of care; and
  • Wrongful death

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury due to a doctor’s mistake, hospital mistake, or another error by a health care provider, you deserve compensation for your losses and suffering. While nothing can make up for a serious medical injury or the death of a loved one, the compensation you receive can help you cope with the tragedy and go on with your life.  To learn how the medical malpractice lawyers at the Law Office of Randolph H. Wolf can help with your injury, schedule a free consultation by calling 732-741-4448.

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