Medical Malpractice Lawyers
LAW OFFICES OF GREGG A. WILLIAMS specializes in representing clients who have been seriously injured by medical malpractice or doctor negligence in New Jersey. Innocent patients may suffer from malpractice in any healthcare area, including medical malpractice, dental malpractice, surgeon malpractice, hospital malpractice, and nursing malpractice.
When you find yourself the victim of medical negligence, hiring a skilled medical malpractice attorney to protect your rights is your best recourse. The LAW OFFICES OF GREGG A. WILLIAMS help clients fight back with cases handled by an experienced certified civil trial lawyer (a status held by only 1% of New Jersey’s lawyers) and medical malpractice professionals.
If you’ve been injured, contact the LAW OFFICES OF GREGG A. WILLIAMS to learn more about your options. Reach us by calling 732-514-6635 or click here.
What is medical malpractice?
Generally, “malpractice” is defined as “the failure to exercise adequately, the skill, knowledge and care ordinarily possessed and exercised by other members of the profession acting under similar conditions and circumstances”.
This does not mean that every time there is a “bad” or “unfortunate” outcome there has been malpractice. It doesn’t mean that every time a professional gives “bad” or “wrong” advice that he/she is liable for malpractice.
Generally, the action (or inaction) that creates liability is the professional’s failure to render professional services in a manner consistent with that of an ordinary or reasonable professional in the same or similar circumstances.
How can I tell if my case is malpractice?
In most every situation, it takes an expert’s opinion to assess malpractice. An expert in the particular field would assess the situation and give an opinion as to what the standard of care was and if that standard had been violated. Keep in mind that different experts may have different opinions.
What should a victim of malpractice do?
Immediately consult with a law firm that handles malpractice cases. Keep in mind that there are specific time limits with which malpractice cases must be concluded or documents filed. Some of these time limits may be as short as six months. Failure to comply with these time limits will result in the complete loss of all rights to pursue a malpractice claim.
If you have been seriously injured as the result of medical malpractice or doctor negligence in New Jersey, the LAW OFFICES OF GREGG A. WILLIAMS can help protect your rights and assist you in recovering the highest compensation. We help our clients fight back with cases expertly and expediently handled by an experienced Certified Civil Trial Attorney. Our reputation for favorable verdicts and settlements for our clients is built on unparalleled compassion, strategy and performance contact us today at 732-514-6635 or click here.