Hoboken Medical Malpractice
The historic town of Hoboken may seem like an odd location for a medical-related injury, but errors by doctors, nurses, and surgeons can affect residents of Hoboken just like they can residents elsewhere in New Jersey. Medical negligence is but one type of personal injury accident, but the effects of medical carelessness can last a lifetime: removal or amputation of the wrong organ or limb, reduced lifespans, and constant pain are but a few of the effects that victims of medical negligence must contend with after being injured by their doctor or medical professional.
While Aretsky Law Group, P.C. cannot undo the harmful effects of these incidents, our experienced and dedicated legal team can help you obtain financial damages in order to help you obtain the assistance you need to manage your injuries effectively and move on confidently from your injury incident. Contact Aretsky Law Group, P.C. to learn more.Common Misconceptions About Hoboken Medical Malpractice Cases
Many individuals in Hoboken erroneously assume that if they are somehow beset with negative side effects after taking a prescribed drug or do not experience the full benefit they were told they could expect following a treatment or procedure that they are entitled to compensation. In fact, patients may only be able to file a medical malpractice case when the care or treatment received by their doctors, surgeons, and/or other medical professionals is so patently unreasonable and not in line with acceptable medical practices and standards. In order to be able to prove that the care and treatment you or your loved one received meets this definition, you will most likely need to present the testimony of one or more expert witnesses familiar with the quality of medical care you can reasonably expect in Hoboken.
Not only this, but while some Hoboken medical malpractice cases can result in damages awards of hundreds of thousands – or even millions – of dollars, these cases tend to be the exception, not the rule. The exact amount of compensation that you will receive will depend on the severity of your injuries, how disabling those injuries are, your age, and other similar factors.Call Your Hoboken Medical Malpractice Lawyer Today
Title 2A of the new Jersey Statutes clearly gives medical malpractice injury victims only a limited amount of time to file a claim seeking compensation for their injuries. Because of this, you need to contact Aretsky Law Group, P.C. as soon as possible in order to ensure your claim is timely filed. Call 800-537-4154 today and enlist our assistance in obtaining monetary damages for your medical malpractice injuries.