Stanley Law Offices In New York and Pennsylvania - Medical Malpractice Attorney

Medical Malpractice

Syracuse Medical Malpractice, Medical Negligence Attorneys

Medical negligence cases often involve complex issues of fact and law. Therefore, if you believe that you or a loved one has been injured due to medical malpractice, the best approach is to work with an experienced medical malpractice attorney. At The Stanley Law Offices, with locations in upstate New York and Pennsylvania, we’ve represented clients in medical malpractice cases for years and have the experience it takes to succeed.

We help people who’ve been injured by medical malpractice in a wide range of scenarios:

What Successful Medical Negligence Cases Must Prove

In order to successfully sue for medical negligence, it must be shown that your doctor (or other health care provider) breached the standard of care by acting negligently in a way that caused your injury. This means that your doctor must have acted in a way that a reasonable health care provider wouldn’t have — inappropriately, unreasonably or unnecessarily.

Proving medical negligence can be difficult. However, the attorneys of The Stanley Law Offices have the in-depth experience necessary in order to get the best possible outcomes. We work with expert witnesses, such as independent doctors who will provide their opinion as to the cause of your injuries. We also conduct legal and factual investigations, and will take forceful action, both in litigation and in negotiation to fight for you.

Contact Us

If you’re near Syracuse, Watertown, or Rochester, NY or Montrose, PA and think that you or someone you love has become the victim of medical malpractice, talking to a lawyer is the best way to understand your options. To schedule a free initial consultation with a medical malpractice attorney at Stanley Law Offices, contact us toll free at 800.608.3333 or 800.372.3760.

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