Middlesex Cnty Malpractice

Middlesex County New Jersey
Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Medical Malpractice in Middlesex County New JerseyCall or text me at 609-277-3166

Seeking the care of a physician is something we all take for granted.  When we become ill or injured, we seek medical care expecting that we will be cured.  Patients have tremendous faith in medical providers including physicians, dentists and hospitals.  However, medical errors cause almost 100,000 preventable wrongful deaths each year in the United States.  Call me, Joseph Monaco, Middlesex County Medical Malpractice Lawyer, to evaluate whether you or a family member are the victim of medical malpractice, which can be committed by physicians, nurses, dentists, physician assistants, chiropractors, surgeons, radiologists, nurse practitioners and hospitals.

What is Middlesex County Medical Malpractice?

Malpractice is reckless or negligent care from a medical provider such as a physician.   When  a legal duty to the patient is breached and harm results, this is medical malpractice.   The legal elements of a medical malpractice case include a patient-physician relationship creating the duty of care, a breach of that duty, resulting bodily injury or death and causation (harm was caused by the breach of duty).  Medical providers must meet a “Standard of Care,” expressed or implied, set by the medical community including the specialties to which they belong.  This is the duty they must achieve when caring for patients.

If a physician or nurse practitioner fails to meet the “standard of care” set by the medical community they have committed Middlesex County Medical Malpractice.  Call or text 609-277-3166 to learn if you have the right to pursue a medical malpractice case.  These cases are often complex and vigorously challenged by big insurance companies and hospitals.  Don’t leave things to chance.  Contact me as soon as possible for a Free Consultation.  I handle cases throughout Middlesex County including areas such as Woodbridge, Edison and New Brunswick.