The Challenges You Face After a Deadly Medical Accident
An accident may take just a second to happen, but it can change your life forever. When a loved one is killed, the impact on your family is overwhelming.
It is always tragic when someone passes away, and it is never an easy thing to deal with. A death from an accident, though, is far harder than most because it is so swift and so unexpected. In the blink of an eye, your family could lose its sole provider, its only source of income. Not even looking at the emotional toll that such an experience takes, this type of loss is something for which most people aren’t prepared.
Accidents are also so tough because there is no way to predict who will be victimized by them. There aren’t warning signs. There may not be anything that can be done to reduce risk. They target the young and the old alike.
Additionally, an accident in a medical setting may be so crushing because you know just how preventable it was. If a doctor does not check the charts correctly and gives a loved one a drug that he or she is allergic to, you’re left wondering why the doctor couldn’t have taken just a few more seconds to look things over. When physicians are negligent and reckless, it’s a huge danger because they are taking another person’s life in their hands. Doctors are busy, often with heavy caseloads and little opportunity for rest. It’s easy to understand how a medical accident could happen, but that doesn’t mean it is acceptable.
Have you lost a loved one due to a medical accident in New York? Are you facing mounting medical bills, added stress, the loss of income, and other challenges? If so, we invite you to contact our law firm to discuss your concerns and explore your options.
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Our attorneys at the Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Firm have a breadth of experience in claims involving civil rights violations, medical malpractice, and personal injury. If you or a loved one has been injured, contact us today to discuss your legal options. Let our family help yours.