At Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo P.C., we are committed to helping people who have been injured due to the negligence of medical professionals. Our medical malpractice departments are staffed by highly skilled and experienced attorneys.
Medical professionals have a responsibility to provide quality care to each patient they serve. When hospitals, doctors, nurses and medical staff fail to perform their duties with the highest level of competence and care, their patients may suffer serious or fatal injuries.
Put Our Law Firms Experience, Skill and Resources to Work for You
Researching and proving malpractice can be costly and highly complex. Nevertheless, our firm makes the financial commitment to fully investigate and prosecute medical malpractice claims. We have worked with a wide array of medical experts best suited to uncover frequently overlooked evidence of medical negligence.
Our resources, skill and commitment, coupled with some of the most respected and talented trial lawyers in this area of the law, have enabled our firm to achieve multiple multimillion-dollar successes, despite often facing some of the most well-financed law firms the insurance industry can fund. In fact, attorneys at our firm have frequently been called upon by other plaintiffs’ lawyers, as well as trial judges and adversaries, to lecture fellow practitioners at medical malpractice seminars.
If you need to speak with one of our experienced New York or New Jersey medical malpractice lawyers, we are pleased to offer a free consultation. To contact our New York City office in lower Manhattan, call 212-732-9000.
Call 516-742-0707 to contact our Garden City office or 631-734-2500 to contact our office in Cutchogue, New York.
Call 201-342-0037 to contact our office in Hackensack, New Jersey. You may also contact us by e-mail.
A recent study found that the results of medical tests done right before a patient is discharged from a hospital often go unread, and, as a result, can lead to serious health consequences for patients, including missed diagnoses and readmission. The Australian study was published in August in the Journal Archives of Internal Medicine as a research letter. Its findings are also of concern for U.S. patients as evidenced by …