Fighting For Children And Their Families in New Jersey and New York
Injuries sustained by your child in any context can be frightening and distressing. Injuries or illnesses caused by your child’s pediatrician are no exception. If your child suffered further injury, illness or wrongful death as a result of pediatric malpractice, Nagel Rice, LLP, will help you in pursuing the highest amount of compensation possible that you deserve to hold responsible parties accountable.
Nagel Rice, LLP, recovered a $500,000 settlement in a pediatrician malpractice case on behalf of a child who became ill after the pediatrician failed to give a Prevnar vaccine. Click here to review more medical malpractice verdicts and settlements.
Our attorneys believe in holding negligent doctors and other medical professionals accountable for injuries or illnesses caused by negligence or preventable errors. Contact our New Jersey litigation firm at 973-618-0400 or contact us online to speak with a knowledgeable New Jersey pediatric malpractice lawyer.
Experienced Attorneys Fighting Child Injury Caused By Pediatrician Negligence
Pediatric medical mistakes are often too similar to those made in cases involving adults such as delays in diagnosis, misdiagnosis or medication errors. However, pediatricians have specialized training to ensure that the treatment, care and medications they provide are suitable and safe for young patients. Therefore, when mistakes are made with regard to a child’s treatment, the results can be devastating.
We understand the significant consequences medical malpractice involving children can have, and we have a proven track record of obtaining justice on our clients’ behalf. We handle pediatrician malpractice claims involving:
- Delayed diagnoses
- Misdiagnosis of serious illnesses
- Prescription errors resulting in catastrophic injury or illness
- Surgical errors
- Failure to properly monitor a child in the hospital
- Injuries caused by obstetric malpractice
- Wrongful birth/wrongful life
Nagel Rice manages pediatric malpractice claims with the goal of obtaining the highest amount of compensation possible on behalf of the child and his or her family. We try cases, and we produce results.