Healthcare providers are some of the most educated and skilled individuals in the country. When you undergo surgery or you receive some other type of medical treatment, you expect that your medical needs will be addressed and the healthcare provider will act in an appropriate manner. When a healthcare provider violates the oath that he or she took to responsibly care for patients, a New Jersey medical malpractice attorney can assist you in seeking the recovery that you need.
Bagolie Friedman is a reputable law firm that provides assistance to New Jersey residents. The firm specializes in various personal injury claims, including medical malpractice. When a New Jersey resident is injured as a result of another party’s negligence, an attorney at Bagolie Friedman will advocate for him so that he receives the monetary compensation that he deserves.
Medical malpractice cases are often very complicated matters that involve complex medical vernacular that can easily confuse juries. In order to establish a claim for medical malpractice, a plaintiff has to prove that the medical treatment that he received was supposed to be treated in a different manner than the manner that the negligent healthcare provider used. Evidence will be presented to demonstrate the appropriate standard of care for the particular type of treatment that was involved with the case. Medical experts can testify about the appropriate treatment plan that should have been executed by a healthcare provider in the defendant’s practice area and geographic location. An experienced medical malpractice attorney from Bagolie Friedman can assist you with your case by retaining the services of medical experts and by uncovering important evidence pertaining to your case.
Bagolie Friedman has the resources that are necessary to successfully pursue your medical malpractice claim. In addition to hiring expert witnesses, our support staff will help to organize important information pertaining to your case. Our highly qualified staff of attorneys are extremely knowledgeable about various types of medical malpractice claims and will use this knowledge to advocate for you.
Claims regarding medical malpractice can arise for a variety of reasons. Healthcare providers may misdiagnose an illness or fail to detect an illness or injury that is later exacerbated. A healthcare provider who prescribes a prescription without alerting patients of the health risks of taking the prescription may also be negligent. Defective medical devices provide another basis for a claim. Our staff of attorneys at Bagolie Friedman is available to help victims of malpractice.
How much does it cost to hire a Medical Malpractice Attorney in New Jersey?
Attorney fees in the state of New Jersey for medical (health care) malpractice cases are based on a percentage of any amount recovered and are contingent on your receiving a court or jury award or a settlement. In many states the amount of the percentage an attorney may receive is controlled by statute. At Bagolie Friedman we will discuss with you at the very first meeting and will provide you with a written contract so you will be comfortable knowing what the fee arrangement with us will be. At Bagolie Friedman, we do not receive any money if you do not receive a recovery.
Doctors, nurses and other health care providers spend a great deal of time learning how to treat a great variety of illnesses and physical maladies. As a group they are professionals dedicated to helping alleviate the ailments that can plague mankind. Unfortunately, health care providers can also make mistakes. When mistakes are made the effects can be devastating. Medical malpractice is an area of law that assists people who have been injured by the mistakes of health care providers, or the survivors of those who may have died as a result of the mistakes of health care providers. Bagolie Friedman will help you obtain a recovery for the results of these mistakes.
If you believe that you have been injured due to the negligence or carelessness of a health care provider, call Bagolie Friedman to discuss this. You should call as soon as it is convenient for you to do so and avoid discussing the matter with strangers, representatives of the health care provider and/or insurance companies.
Attorney fees in medical (health care) malpractice cases are based on a percentage of any amount recovered and are contingent on your receiving a court or jury award or a settlement. In many states the amount of the percentage an attorney may receive is controlled by statute. At Bagolie Friedman we will discuss with you at the very first meeting and will provide you with a written contract so you will be comfortable knowing what the fee arrangement with us will be. At Bagolie Friedman, we do not receive any fee if you do not receive a recovery.
Vaccine Injury Claims
In the first two years of life, a child in the United States should receive ten vaccinations/immunizations against eight major diseases: Polio, Measles, Mumps, Rubella (German Measles), Pertussis (Whooping Cough), Diphtheria, Tetanus and Haemophilus. Although the majority of children receive vaccinations without any complications or with only mild reactions, a small percentage of children suffer from severe reactions that result in permanent damage including seizure disorders, mental retardation, delayed physical development, behavioral disorders and death.In 1986, Congress passed The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Compensation Act to establish a program for compensation to be paid on behalf of individuals permanently injured or killed as a result of a childhood vaccine. Only attorneys admitted to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims can represent victims of vaccine injury.