The Daily

Who’s In Charge?

In every investigation involving medical malpractice issues, in addition to the medical research and deep dive into the medical records, I endeavor to find out everything I can about the background of the health care providers involved at every level in my client’s care and treatment. For this very reason:

Lee’s family successfully argued that inexperienced doctors on call at the hospital waited three hours before removing the clot from a major artery, leading to brain damage, according to Lee’s attorneys with Gair Gair Conason Rubinowitz Bloom Hershenhorn Steigman & Mackauf, who said the verdict is the largest award ever in a medical malpractice case in Westchester County.

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In many cases, the front-line providers use inexperienced providers as a shield to hold themselves at a remove from patient care. Frequently, the experienced providers will blame the inexperienced providers with not sharing important information. This often results in substandard or negligent care and treatment.