Personal Injury Law
Quite often the reaction is negative when someone mentions “Personal Injury” and “Attorney” in the same breath. But personal injury is a serious matter and it is important that you identify an attorney who will handle your case with care. With hundreds of thousands of accidents happening daily, it is important you know what your rights are when it comes to making a personal injury claim. Just because you have suffered due to someone’s negligence doesn’t guarantee you will be able to collect your claim. While the decision to hire an attorney is a personal choice, they can make sure that you come out on top either at the settlement table or in court.
Unlike many in this practice area, the Personal Injury lawyers at Tully Rinckey won’t begin and end with Insurance Company negotiations. If it’s not fair, your Personal Injury attorney will take the steps necessary to get you relief in your case. At Tully Rinckey each case is unique and it is treated as such. You’re more than a number and our attorneys will make sure to pursue a full and fair compensation for the injuries you’ve suffered due to the negligence of others.
What Our Upstate New York Lawyers Can Assist You With
While personal injury is a rather broad legal field, rarely does a case come to us that we haven’t seen before. Having an experienced personal injury lawyer can make all the difference when handling your case and getting the compensation you deserve. Here is a list of some of the most common areas of personal injury law that we have assisted clients with in the past:
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Construction Site Accidents
- Slip, Trip, and Fall
- Building Safety
- Product Liability
Contact our New York State Personal Injury Lawyers Today
If you or a loved one has been injured, you will need an experienced attorney who will look out for your best interests. Our Attorneys always look at the big picture. We understand the consequences these injuries can have on the victim and their family’s lives.
However, much like the injury itself, personal injury claims can fade over time and it is important that you act quickly. We have helped clients throughout New York State in cities like Albany, Syracuse, New York City, Rochester, Binghamton, and Buffalo. To schedule an initial personal injury consultation, contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 8885294543 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Medical Malpractice Attorneys in Upstate New York
Every day, patients throughout New York State place their lives in the hands of physicians, surgeons, dentists, podiatrists, nurses, and other medical professionals. When a patients’ trust is broken through medical negligence or medical malfeasance, the ramifications are great. The New York State medical malpractice attorneys at Tully Rinckey PLLC are dedicated to bringing justice for those harmed by medical mistakes.
Medical Malpractice Claim Requirements
There are two factors that must exist to show medical malpractice:
- A physician or hospital fails to provide the patient with the accepted standard of care; and
- That failure of care causes the patient harm or injury.
Our New York State medical malpractice lawyers have decades of experience representing individuals and families who have suffered as a result of medical error or negligence. We have helped clients throughout New York State in cities like Albany, Syracuse, New York City, Rochester, Binghamton, and Buffalo. To schedule an initial personal injury consultation at no cost, contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 8885294543 or email@example.com.
Types of Malpractice Cases
Many types of medical negligence or medical malfeasance may be grounds for a medical malpractice lawsuit. Depending on the degree of your pain and suffering, injured parties or their distributees (in the event of a wrongful death claim) can be awarded tens of thousands—or even millions—of dollars in damages. Below are a few of the types of cases Tully Rinckey’s New York State medical malpractice attorneys typically handle:
- Failure to Diagnose/Misdiagnosis
- Surgical Error/Surgical Injury
If you or a loved one has been injured while under the care of a medical professional, contact a Tully Rinckey attorney today to discuss your case. Don’t delay in contacting a New York State medical malpractice attorney because medical malpractice claims are subject to strict statutes of limitation. Take steps to preserve your claim today. Schedule your free consultation with an experienced medical malpractice attorney by calling Tully Rinckey PLLC at 8885294543 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Our offices in Albany, Binghamton, New York City, Syracuse, Rochester, and Buffalo allow us to represent people throughout New York State.
Failure to Diagnose/Misdiagnosis
Research shows that one (1) in twenty (20) American adults at outpatient clinics are misdiagnosed annually. With many diseases, disorders and ailments, the earlier they are diagnosed, the better the patient’s prognosis may become. When a physician or other medical professional fails to diagnose or misdiagnoses a condition, such as breast cancer or melanoma, patients may miss an important window to be properly treated. Consequently, the failure to diagnose or a misdiagnosis could aggravate the patient’s condition and cause him or her more pain or suffering—or even death.
Injured parties or their family who are the victims of a physician, dentist, podiatrist or other medical professional’s failure to diagnose or misdiagnosis can file a medical malpractice lawsuit to obtain damages for their pain and suffering. It is crucial for victims of medical malpractice in New York State to immediately consult with an experienced medical malpractice attorney. Injured parties generally have two years and six months after the failure to diagnose or misdiagnosis to file a medical malpractice claim.
Surgical Error/Surgical Injury
There is little room for error during any medical surgery and precision is a must. Yet, things that should never happen during surgery actually happen all the time and patients often suffer greatly because of these surgical mistakes. In fact, John Hopkins patient safety researchers estimate 4,000 of these so-called “never events” occur annually in the United States. Events include sponges, towels or other foreign objects being left inside the patient’s body (39 times weekly), performance of the wrong procedure (20 times weekly), and operations on the wrong side of the body (20 times weekly).
People suffering from a surgical injury caused by surgical errors or other negligence can be compensated for the pain and suffering caused by medical malpractice. Tully Rinckey’s New York State medical malpractice attorneys are experienced in representing surgical injury victims and other victims of medical malfeasance.
It is crucial for surgical injury victims to immediately contact an experienced medical malpractice attorney so they can preserve their claim before the statute of limitation expires. Generally, medical malfeasance victims have two years and six months to file a claim. In the event a foreign object is left in the patient’s body, the filing deadline is one year from when the foreign object was discovered or from when facts indicating a foreign object was left in the body were discovered.
How We Can Help
In representing surgical injury victims, our New York State medical malpractice attorneys will focus on:
- Preserving your medical malpractice claim;
- Collecting and reviewing medical documentation;
- Procuring medical expert testimony to support the medical malpractice claim;
- Proving the physician or medical professional deviated from the standard of care; and
- Proving the physician’s or medical professional’s surgical errors caused specific injuries.
Surgical injury victims can be awarded tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages. Don’t delay in taking steps to preserve your medical malpractice claim. To schedule your free consultation today, call us at 8885294543 or email: email@example.com. We have offices in Albany, Binghamton, New York City, Syracuse, Rochester, and Buffalo and can represent injured parties statewide.