Can health care providers other than doctors commit medical malpractice?

Yes, a lawsuit filed by a New Jersey medical malpractice lawyer may name a range of health care providers as responsible parties in a malpractice claim. In addition to doctors, responsible parties may include surgeons, nurses, anesthesiologists, psychiatrists, osteopaths, medical technicians, hospitals, hospital workers, outpatient clinics, dentists and chiropractors.

If you believe that you were injured as a result of negligence on the part of a health care provider, you should consult a New Jersey medical malpractice attorney to advise you whether your claim is worth pursuing. Not every accident lawyer is qualified to take on the complexities of medical malpractice cases. Medical negligence cases require time and financial resources to win. It’s important to contact an experienced NJ medical malpractice attorney as soon as possible to preserve your legal rights.

The law firm of Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, P.C., is highly regarded throughout New Jersey for the quality of the counsel and legal representation that our medical malpractice attorneys provide. The focus of our practice is representing people who were injured in accidents through the negligence of others, which includes the negligence of doctors and hospitals. We are justifiably proud of our record of success in representing more than 20,000 accident victims in cases involving medical malpractice, defective drugs, defective orthopedic devices, automobile accidents, motorcycle accidents, and other kinds of personal injury accidents. We have obtained millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts on behalf of our clients.

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