Our skilled trial lawyers vigorously pursue full compensation on behalf of victims of medical negligence. We have recovered millions on behalf of clients in medical malpractice claims. As one of New York’s top injury firms, we have the knowledge, experience and resources to protect your rights.

Manhattan Medical Malpractice Lawyers

No major surgery is without risk, but there are certain surgical errors that can and should be avoided. When surgeons, nurses and hospital staff fail to properly perform their duties, and when hospitals do not take proper precautions to ensure patient safety, patients may suffer serious or fatal injuries. At Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo P.C., we are committed to helping people who have been injured as a result of medical negligence.

If you need to speak with an experienced medical malpractice lawyer, we are pleased to offer a free consultation. We have offices in New York City, Garden City, Cutchogue and Hackensack, New Jersey. We represent individuals injured by medical negligence and family members who have lost a loved one as a result of medical negligence.

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If you need to speak with one of our experienced New York or New Jersey surgical error 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.

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  • Operating on the Wrong Body Part
  • Failure to Adequately Warn Patients of Known Risks
  • Leaving Instruments and Equipment in Patients
  • Anesthesia Errors
  • Negligent Performance of Surgical Procedures (e.g., cutting a major artery)
  • Failing to Properly Monitor A Patient’s Vital Signs
  • Failure to Take Proper Precautions Before, During or After Surgery
  • Other Doctor, Nurse or Medical Staff Negligence
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There are a significant number of cases where surgeons leave items behind in a patient’s surgical site, causing patient pain, dysfunction and even death. Many New York residents depend on the country’s network of medical professionals to provide life-saving surgical procedures in their time of need. However, an alarming trend of ‘never events’ has led people to question the reliability of qualified surgeons and physicians. The term ‘never event’ refers …