Some of the most devastating medical malpractice cases involve substandard care in pediatrics. The children in these cases often have lifelong struggles with physical or mental impairments directly related to doctor or hospital negligence.
Our job as New York City pediatric malpractice lawyers is not to change the past. It is to build a bright future for injured children throughout the boroughs of New York. At Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, LLP, we employ a deep understanding of medical malpractice law and what it takes to get results in the legal system when clients are going up against tough opposition.
No matter how clearly your child's injury is related to doctor error or how extensive the physical and financial costs are, hospitals and insurance companies will do their best to undervalue or deny deserving claims. Lawsuits are often necessary to get results.
Our team is equipped with a strong and persuasive presence in the courtroom — a presence founded on substantial investigations and well-documented evidence. We will work hard for you and your child because you deserve the very best. We have the record of success to back us up.
Let Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, LLP, help you. We handle a wide range of pediatric malpractice claims, including:
There is always a reasonable amount of risk associated with medical care. Proving pediatric malpractice involves proving that the injury your child suffered would not have happened if he or she received a standard quality of care. Beyond this, the compensation you pursue needs to be backed up by a thorough financial analysis to provide for the lifetime of special needs your child may require.
We can help you through every stage of a medical malpractice claim, from determining whether or not you have a claim to aggressively pursuing compensation in court. Turn to our lawyers at Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, LLP, for the highest quality of care and dedication — exactly what your child deserves.
We handle cases throughout New York City. Medical malpractice cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. You pay nothing unless we recover compensation on your behalf. Contact us for a free consultation today.
Where do I start… As a client of a malpractice case, I did not know what to expect. However, the support from Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff Law firm made me feel at ease. The dedication, compassion, and overwhelming hard work that Gary Silverstein put in was undeniably AMAZING. Seeing how hard and diligent Gary worked on my case made me realize that I had the best team on my side. The support from the entire legal team was unbelievable. There were continuous updates, follow-ups, most importantly assurance of any concerns I had before and during my trial. In fact, during the trial Gary showed a vast form of knowledge, strategic and responsive thinking, and most importantly wisdom. His dedication was unbelievable, and not one time did I not feel involved. I am truly appreciative for all that Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff Law have done, but mostly I am appreciative of the amazing staff they have. Lorraine and Sharon played a big part in my case, and I am truly thankful for their support and hard work. I am truly happy to have been a client of Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff Law. I highly recommend them and will continuously refer them, Thank you RMFW!
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