Gencarelli & Rimassa Law

Hospital Malpractice Lawyers NJ

Hospital Malpractice Victims Deserve Aggressive Representation

Hospitals are responsible for providing their patients with an acceptable level of medical treatment and care. A hospital’s administration and medical staff members may be held liable for hospital malpractice when their failure to meet the accepted standard results in medical harm to the patient.
The Gencarelli and Rimassa Law Firm, LLC can help if you or your loved one were injured due to a hospital’s negligence in New Jersey.
We have helped hundreds of people obtain full and fair compensation for injuries suffered because of errors, negligence, or misconduct by health care providers in this state. The integrity and tenacity of our representation have earned us the right to work with many of the top independent specialists and experts to investigate and prepare successful cases for settlement negotiations and trials.
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What is Hospital Malpractice?

It is considered hospital malpractice when hospital staff provide negligent care or fail to provide a necessary service causing the patient to suffer an injury. In addition to providing a safe environment for patients, hospitals owe a duty of care to properly supervise their staff members who will be interacting with and caring for patients. Additionally, the hospital staff is required to comply with an accepted standard of care within the medical profession and within the community. An injured person may have grounds for a medical negligence lawsuit when a hospital employee fails to meet the standard of care.

You can discuss your case with an experienced NJ medical malpractice attorney at The Gencarelli and Rimassa Law Firm, LLC, and review your legal options if you believe that you have been injured due to medical negligence.

Hospital Malpractice Cases We Handle

Hospital staff can be negligent in many ways. Some examples of hospital malpractice cases are as follows:

When Is A Hospital Liable For Medical Negligence?

Since most physicians are independent contractors rather than employees of hospitals, the hospitals where they have privileges are not their employers, and therefore cannot be held liable for their behavior. Whether by negligence or by neglect, a hospital employee may be held responsible for injuries caused to a patient. If your injury was caused by the hospital rather than the doctor, it can be challenging to prove that. You can hold the parties responsible for your injuries if you hire an experienced New Jersey medical malpractice lawyer.

Have You Been Injured In An NJ Hospital?

The New Jersey medical malpractice lawyers at The Gencarelli and Rimassa Law Firm can advise and represent clients in medical malpractice and personal injury litigation matters throughout New Jersey. Call 201-549-8737 or contact us online to arrange a free consultation with an experienced medical malpractice lawyer at one of our conveniently located Personal Injury offices in Lyndhurst, New Jersey.

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