Emergency Room Error Lawyers in New York
Millions of Dollars Recovered
Did you or your loved one report to a New York City emergency room complaining of symptoms of a serious illness or disease, only to be sent home prematurely? Were test results misinterpreted in a rushed environment, with disastrous results? Did a minor medical incident escalate to a disabling event because of medical malpractice in the ER?
Whatever your circumstances, our New York emergency room error lawyers at The Paris Law Group, PC are prepared to evaluate your case and recommend a course of action. With lawyers who serve on the board of directors for the New York State Trial Lawyers Association and are members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, the law firm’s strong track record is reason enough to schedule a consultation.
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What is Emergency Room Malpractice?
A hospital that operates an emergency room (ER) is expected by patients and by society in general to meet widely accepted standards of care. Emergency rooms have special responsibilities besides the care standards that apply to all health care providers.
Namely, according to the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act passed by Congress in 1986, hospitals that accept Medicare (including nearly all hospitals) must provide emergency care treatment to anyone who needs it regardless of:
- Legal status
- Ability to pay
"Care" in an emergency room setting includes a wide range of activities affecting sick and injured people such as triage, examinations, treatments, diagnoses, and release of patients. Proper attention to patients’ symptoms, test results, and degree of urgency can mean the difference between life and death — and between good outcomes and poor ones.
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Slip & Fall $11 Million
A well-known cellist was awarded almost $11 million after a slip and fall in a gourmet food market that resulted in injuries that now hamper her ability to play the instrument.
Pedestrian Knockdown $2.8 Million
The client was a pedestrian crossing the street when she was hit by a yellow school bus making a left-hand turn. As a result of the impact, she was forced to fall to the ground and sustained an injury to her shoulder and lower back, both of which resulted in surgeries.
Construction Accident $2.5 Million
We were able to win a jury verdict of $2,500,000 after a pretrial offer of $150,000 for our client who sustained injuries from a construction accident.
Bus Accident $2.1 Million
A mediated settlement was reached on the eve of trial on behalf of the client who was a driver of a motor vehicle which was struck in the rear by a bus.
Pedestrian Accident $2 Million
The client, a young boy, was crossing the street near his home on Staten Island when he slipped on ice in the roadway and was hit by a car.
Car Accident $1.7 Million
The client was an ambulance driver responding to an emergency call. While in the process of making a left-hand turn with the ambulance lights and sirens in operation, he was struck by a vehicle going straight.
Truck Accident $1.5 Million
The client, a 37-year-old man, was struck in the rear by a truck while driving his car and subsequently underwent neck surgery. The defendant claimed the client cut him off. We aggressively litigated the case and on the eve of trial the defendant agreed to pay $1.5 million after previously taking a no-pay position.
Car Accident $1.25 Million
Through aggressive litigation, full policy limits in the amount of $1.25 million were tendered within 14 months of the accident for the injured passenger in a motor vehicle accident. The client was a rear-seat passenger in a motor vehicle that was pulled over on the shoulder of the Staten Island Expressway when it was rear-ended by the defendant in the early morning hours.
Slip & Fall $1.2 Million
The client tripped and fell coming out of a bar in Staten Island, sustaining injuries to her knee, neck, and back. The bar claimed that the accident never happened, and the bar blamed the owner of the premises for the condition of the sidewalk, with the owner of the premises blaming the bar.
Scaffolding Accident $1 Million
In very contentious litigation and after extensive negotiations and multiple mediations, a settlement was reached for the client in the amount of $1 million. The client was working on a scaffold at a construction site when he lost his balance and fell 10 feet to the ground.