New York City Medical Malpractice Legal Expert Attorney Jonathan C. Reiter Shares the Need-to-Know Information for Medical Misdiagnosis Cases
New York City medical malpractice cases, including cases of misdiagnosis, can be incredibly complicated and often involve large hospitals and healthcare systems.
New York City Medical Malpractice Lawyer Shares the Need-to-Know Information for Medical Misdiagnosis Cases
Medical misdiagnosis cases are unfortunately common in New York City and across the United States. Jonathan C. Reiter, a prominent New York City medical malpractice attorney, has created a collection of answers to frequently asked questions about medical misdiagnosis cases.
“The more you know, the smarter your decisions,” comments Mr. Reiter, who is renowned for winning multi-million dollar settlements in New York City medical malpractice cases.
The FAQ includes answers to questions about the causes and warning signs of medical misdiagnosis, as well as what steps a victim of medical misdiagnosis needs to take to receive proper compensation.
Mr. Reiter cautions victims of medical malpractice against going into their cases alone. New York City medical malpractice cases, including cases of misdiagnosis, can be incredibly complicated and often involve large hospitals and healthcare systems. These facilities have experienced lawyers of their own who will work alongside insurance companies to get you to settle for the smallest amount possible, or even deny your claim outright.
An attorney with extensive experience in medical misdiagnosis cases will also be able to help you evaluate whether or not settlement offers will be enough to cover the financial hardships that come as a result of medical misdiagnosis. A reputable legal team will know how to analyze medical charts, search for evidence, compile the facts into a strong legal case, and, if necessary, file a lawsuit so that you can obtain the money you rightfully deserve.
“In many cases, the money [hospitals] offer to victims of misdiagnoses and their families does not begin to cover the true cost of their case,” says Mr. Reiter. Initial settlement offers usually fail to account for future loss of earnings or ongoing medical care a patient may need in the future as a result of their misdiagnosis.
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