Do you need a medical malpractice lawyer? When a patient is injured due to medical malpractice, they can suffer severe and long-term consequences. If you have been hurt in a New York medical malpractice incident, you need the advice and advocacy of an experienced New York medical malpractice lawyer. The compassionate attorneys of Bonina & Bonina, P.C., understand and are here to help!

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What is a Medical Malpractice Case?

A medical malpractice case is a type of lawsuit that can be brought when a patient is injured by a health professional including a doctor, nurse, or other care provider. In this type of case, the patient’s harm occurs because their healthcare provider’s negligent conduct fell below the applicable standard of care.


How Can I Tell if an Injury is From Medical Malpractice?

Patients have to trust that their medical professionals will provide competent and appropriate care. Medical providers are required to use a reasonable degree of learning and skill that is ordinarily possessed by medical providers in the locality where they practice. When a patient is harmed, their injury may be due to medical malpractice.

Medical malpractice can occur when a provider acts or fails to act in a manner that deviates from the standard of care. Medical negligence can occur in a variety of contexts, including:

  • Delayed diagnosis and treatment
  • Failure to diagnose or a misdiagnosis
  • Failure to properly treat a patient or improper treatment
  • Wrong site surgery
  • Improper surgery
  • Leaving an instrument inside a patient during surgery
  • Failure to recognize the need to send a patient to a specialist
  • Failure to recognize the danger posed to an unborn child and the need for a cesarean section
  • Failure to properly monitor a patient
  • Failure to take an adequate patient history or take a patient’s concerns seriously
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Surgical errors
  • Failure to advise patient of risks

If any of these situations harms a patient, their medical provider may be liable for medical malpractice.