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Emergency Room Malpractice Lawyer
An emergency room can be a chaotic workplace. The emergency room doctors and nurses do not always have the luxury of time when patients arrive in severe distress. However, emergency room personnel have a duty to treat every person in a reasonable time frame and to perform due diligence in diagnosis and treatment or before releasing the person from the hospital.
Our hospital lawsuit lawyers has the proven ability to hold physicians and hospitals accountable for medical malpractice, including medical negligence in the emergency room. Fort Lee emergency room misdiagnosis attorney Jae E. Lee of Jae Lee Law is an experienced medical malpractice lawyer, and she has the resources to hire the experts necessary to support a malpractice lawsuit.
Contact our law firm today online or by telephone at 201 346-3800 to speak with an experienced New Jersey emergency room malpractice lawyer.
Emergency Room Negligence and Misdiagnosis
Our law firm has handled a number of malpractice cases involving errors or substandard care in emergency medicine:
- Failure to diagnose life-threatening conditions: heart attack, stroke, internal bleeding, pulmonary embolism, subdural hematoma, sepsis, appendicitis, etc.
- Failure to assess and treat patients in a timely manner
- Medication mistakes and treatment errors
- Emergency surgery mistakes
- Failure to admit patients or hold them for observation
- Failure to call in a specialist
Did your loved one suffer permanent damage or die while "parked" in the emergency room, waiting room or an exam room? Did the doctors fail to order an X-ray, CT scan, blood work or other appropriate tests that would have identified a severe condition? Was your family member discharged with unresolved or undiagnosed symptoms such as severe headache, chest pain or abdominal pains?
Emergency Room Mistakes Law Firm
We extend a free consultation to determine if you have grounds for a malpractice lawsuit. We regularly meet with clients in their homes, at the hospital and other locations to accommodate their needs. We take every case on a contingency fee basis, so you don't pay anything unless we win compensation for you. You can reach us by phone at 201 346-3800 or via e-mail.