In the Bronx, New York, hospitals and medical centers deal with the dual pressures of patient care and profit margins, leading to a precarious balance where the latter sometimes outweighs the former. Overburdened hospitals face the daunting task of managing increasing patient loads while striving to maintain quality care standards. Unfortunately, this environment can breed negligence, where corners may be cut, and protocols overlooked in the pursuit of efficiency and cost reduction.

As a result, patients are left vulnerable to preventable medical complications and injuries, victims of a system where profit motives sometimes eclipse the paramount goal of patient well-being. Individuals should be prepared to seek legal representation from experienced Bronx medical malpractice lawyers when negligence occurs in order to hold those responsible for ensuring patient safety fully accountable.

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Cerebral palsy is a complex neurological condition that can have a devastating impact on a child's life and their family. In many cases, it may be linked to medical malpractice during pregnancy, childbirth, or the neonatal period.

Determining if your child's cerebral palsy resulted from medical negligence can be challenging. If you suspect medical malpractice contributed to your child's cerebral palsy, contact Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, LLP for a compassionate and comprehensive initial consultation at no cost. Your child's well-being is our priority, and our cerebral palsy attorneys New York will do what it takes to achieve the justice and compensation your child deserves.

Read more: If My Child's Cerebral Palsy is a Result of Medical Malpractice in New York?

On Sep. 22, 2015, Delfino Cuautle, father of three, had to undergo an emergency amputation of his leg above the knee due to a series of bureaucratic bungling at Coney Island Hospital, NYC. The 13 hours delay in surgery triggered the need for amputation of Cuautle's leg. Cuautle filed a medical malpractice lawsuit at Brooklyn Federal Court. The jury awarded him $24 million for his suffering that could have been easily prevented had timely treatment been initiated.

Read more: Bureaucratic Bungling at City Hospital Cost Brooklyn Man His Leg

While they might be some of the smartest people globally, doctors are still only human, and humans are bound to make mistakes. But, these errors can sometimes be fatal and account for medical malpractice. Such was the case for 28-year-old Athena Natal. During childbirth in 2013, a large part of her placenta was left behind in the uterus, leading to her painful death a few days after bringing a beautiful baby girl into the world.

Read more: Doctors’ Negligence Leaves Newborn Baby Motherless

Lorraine Evans, now 85, woke up in the hospital after a routine biopsy procedure to find that her jaw had been broken during the procedure, and she had been handed a $14,000 medical bill. Unaware of the extent of the damage initially, she went to see another doctor for the pain and discovered how badly she had been dealt with at her previous hospital. She filed a medical malpractice lawsuit at Bronx Supreme Court in 2015 against the hospital responsible for the incident.

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