Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky Reviews Medical Malpractice Criteria

Many believe that any mistake by a healthcare provider means medical malpractice has taken place, but this is not necessarily true. Doctors are human and can make mistakes like the rest of us. While some medical errors can be more costly than others, not all are grounds for a lawsuit.

It is important to note that medical malpractice is never presumed. Malpractice cannot be presumed by the fact that a patient had a bad result.

The definition of medical malpractice is: An action or omission by a healthcare provider, which falls well below the acceptable standard of care that other healthcare providers would have given under the same circumstances, resulting in injury to the patient.

Two factors must be met before a medical malpractice claim can be made:

  1. A healthcare provider provided treatment below the medical standard of care
  2. The provider’s action or inaction resulted in a verifiable, serious injury

If you’ve received medical treatment and these criteria are met, the attorneys at Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky can help you get the compensation you deserve.

Medical malpractice is one of the most common types of personal injury claims made, however, it is also among the most difficult and complex types of personal injury cases. It often requires expert witnesses to testify to the standard of care that should have been used and how the breach of that standard of care caused the patient’s injury.

The personal injury lawyers at Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky have the experience to help you decide if a medical malpractice suit is right for you, and if needed, they’ll handle the ins and outs of your medical malpractice case.

To receive a free consultation, call our office now at 212-732-3665.

Harmon, Linder, and Rogowsky Reviews Distracted Driving Cases to Ensure Victims Receive the Compensation They Deserve

 

Do you text and drive or eat while you are driving? You should stop that immediately as you could potentially be violating the law. Two years ago – roughly around this time – Governor Cuomo announced a crackdown on distracted driving to prevent what many officers, law officials, and public administrators have noted as a growing problem. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 3,154 people were killed and 424,000 were injured nationwide in distracted driving accidents in 2013. In addition to that, ten percent of all fatal accidents involved a driver who was classified as distracted.

 

Who Is a Distracted Driver?

 

It takes roughly five seconds to send a text. If you are going 55 mph, which is the standard limit on many NY highways, you should cover a football field in that time. Obviously, there is a lot that can go wrong here in that time and within that distance so it’s important to avoid texting and driving. However, texting and driving is just one instance of distracted driving. Here are several others:

 

  • Eating fast food or another snack while you’re driving.
  • Talking with others in the car while driving.
  • Picking something up off the floor while driving.
  • Tuning the radio while driving.
  • Turning and addressing a child in the backseat while driving.

 

It’s important to avoid all of these instances whenever possible as you’re more likely to get into an accident. If you have been involved in an accident that was the fault of a distracted driver, you are entitled to compensation for your injuries as well as any damage sustained by your vehicle. The law firm of Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky reviews distracted driver cases all of the time to help victims defeat the insurance companies and receive the compensation they deserve. Contact their offices today to see that justice is served.

Did You Get into an Auto Accident? Harmon Linder & Rogowsky Will Review Your Case for Free

 

If you’ve ever been in a car accident before, you know that things can get chaotic real fast. In seconds, your life could change forever, especially if the accident causes you to become injured or causes the injury or even death of someone who was in the car with you. It’s understandable that you may feel stressed or unsure where to turn, but if you have suffered any losses or incurred any medical expenses due to an accident that wasn’t your fault, you can call auto accident attorneys like the lawyers at Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky.

 

Common Causes of Car Accidents

 

  • Hit and Run
  • Drunk Driving
  • Running Red Light or Stop Sign
  • Car Makes a Left Turn without Yielding the Right of Way to Oncoming Traffic
  • Texting and Driving and Hitting a Car in the Rear

 

Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky reviews every client’s case to determine if there is potential for further litigation. If you have been injured or a loved injured or died in a car accident, you contact a personal injury attorney as soon possible. This is especially important as insurance companies investigators are notorious for leading victims with questions that may cause them to say things they don’t want to say as it could affect them later in court. It’s important not to speak with an insurance investigator unless you have consulted an attorney.

 

In addition to that, keep in mind that you should seek medical attention if you are injured and, if you can, gather as much information on the accident as possible to present to your lawyer. Your Harmon, Linder & Rogoswky will review your findings when you have your free consultation. If you have been injured in any way from an auto accident, you have rights. Contact Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky today at 212-732-3665 for a free consultation.

 

 

Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky Reviews Your Accident Case for Free

 

When it comes to finding an accident attorney in New York City, there are thousands of firms to choose from. Of course, these firms will be very different in the amount of experience their attorneys have, the fee they collect, the technology they use, the amount of time they spend with you on your case, etc. Whether it’s for you or a loved one, you deserve the best representation to ensure that you receive the compensation and justice that is deserved.

 

Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky specializes in personal injury cases, including auto accidents, construction accidents, medical malpractice, promises liability, slip and falls, workers’ compensation, prescription malpractice, wrongful death, and more. Since its founding in 1983, the attorneys at Harmon Linder & Rogowsky have helped their clients claim more than $400 million. Its founding partner, Mark Linder, alone has won individual settlements of $4 million, $2 million, and $1.5 million for his clients. Overall, the Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky law firm has helped thousands of clients recover money from a personal injury case.

 

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident of any kind, please don’t hesitate to contact the attorneys at Harmon, Linder & Rogoswky today. Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky reviews all inquiries for free, so you know whether or not you have a case. They will discuss your options with you, what experience they bring, and what the next steps might be.  Although there are thousands of attorneys in New York, very few can offer the experience and results that the attorneys at Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky have and can achieve for you.