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Services and areas of practice:

With over 30 years of experience in litigation, our practice is limited to medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, personal injury, construction site accidents, motor vehicle accidents, products liability and wrongful death.

Medical Malpractice

Medical negligence can result from the doctor(s) actions alone, the hospital alone, or both. It can occur in the form of a misdiagnosis, a medication error, a surgical error, a nursing error, or countless other mistakes which are considered to be a departure from common and accepted medical practice.

Wrongful Death

Wrongful death occurs when the deceased was a victim of some form of medical malpractice. The damages sought may be in the form of the loss surviving children sustain as the result of losing parental guidance, and/or the economic loss by the victim’s next of kin. A wrongful death cause of action is usually accompanied by an action for pain & suffering of the victim before the victim’s death occurred.


Negligence is an unintentional action or inaction which harms another person. This unfairly causes the injured party to suffer harm by the person who caused the injury. The damages may include economic loss as well as pain and suffering. This would include negligence on the part of EMT personnel.

Personal Injury

Personal injury can occur in a variety of situations. Pain and suffering and/or economic loss may be the result of a car accident affecting drivers, passengers or pedestrians. It may also be the result of a premises or construction site accidents, or from product liability (by virtue of design, use or manufacture). Just as in medical malpractice, personal injury can also be the result of doctors, hospitals, nurses and nursing homes.

Nursing Home Neglect

Nursing home neglect most commonly results from the failure to provide a reasonable degree of supervision of the patient. This includes, but is not limited to, failure to provide a safe place for the resident to live, recover, or rehabilitate depending upon the reasons the patient has been admitted to the nursing facility. The injuries often include: bed sores, bruises from falls or rough treatment, medication errors, dietary errors, even medical negligence on the part of the attending doctors at the nursing home.