New Jersey Attorneys With the Experience to Handle Complex Cases Involving Medical Malpractice
Doctors and other healthcare providers do not always treat patients according to professional standards. The result for the injured patient can be severe, including significant medical complications, or even death. At Kessler, DiGiovanni & Jesuele, LLP, Attorneys at Law, we represent people who are injured as the result of such medical malpractice - including negligent treatment by doctors, nurses, hospitals and other healthcare providers.
While a simple mistake is not always enough to constitute malpractice, a death or injury caused by the failure to provide reasonably appropriate or common standards of care, or the failure to diagnose an easily detectable illness may be malpractice. Our experienced personal injury attorneys have an outstanding track record of results in helping the injured or their families recover damages for medical malpractice.
Medical Malpractice Lawyers Helping People Injured By the Negligence of Doctors in New Jersey Recover Damages
At Kessler, DiGiovanni & Jesuele, LLP, Attorneys at Law, we aggressively investigate and pursue claims for catastrophic injuries and death arising out medical malpractice, including:
- Birth Trauma related to Premature Birth or Pregnancy Complications
- Failure to Diagnose, Misdiagnosis, or Late Diagnosis of Cancer and Other Diseases or Illnesses
- Surgical Errors including Inappropriate or Negligently Performed Surgery
- Emergency Room Errors
- Orthopedic Errors, including Improper Setting of Bones
- Improper Insertion or Attachment of Implants
- Inappropriate or Dangerous Treatment Practices
- Medication Errors, Improper Administration of Drugs
- Lack of Informed Consent by the Patient to Medical Procedures
- Obstetrical or Gynecological Malpractice
- Nursing Home Negligence or Abuse
New Jersey Medical Malpractice Attorneys With the Skills Needed to Get Results
Medical malpractice cases are often difficult and complex. Our expert attorneys have the experience to deal with complicated medical reports, and to question expert medical witnesses. For example, in 2002, we took a medical malpractice case to trial that two other law firms had turned down because of difficulties involved in proving liability.
A baby was delivered through vaginal birth, after a prior Caesarian Section, and suffered brain damage because of deprivation of oxygen. The defendant doctor testified that the injury could not have been prevented because it was caused by a sudden uterine rupture. The uterine rupture, the doctor maintained, could not have been reasonably anticipated. During trial, we were able to produce evidence that showed that a fetal monitor, which the obstetrician should have been watching, indicated the unborn baby was in distress, and, therefore, should have been delivered by C-section. After three weeks of trial, the case was settled for $1,500,000.
If you suspect that you or a family member may have been injured as the result of a doctor's or hospital's mistake, why not consult with experienced medical malpractice attorneys who have the courage and skills to get results in difficult cases?
Please do not hesitate to contact us immediately. We offer a free initial consultation, and charge no fee unless we recover damages for you.