New Brunswick Medical Malpractice Lawyers

Nationally Recognized Medical Negligence Attorneys in New Brunswick, NJ Fight for Victims of Medical Malpractice in Middlesex County and Across New Jersey

A trip to the doctor’s office can be nerve-wracking and intimidating. Matters are only made worse if your doctor, nurse, or another healthcare professional makes a mistake that costs more than just money. If you’ve been hurt by a healthcare provider, you may be entitled to compensation. Call Team Law to speak with our experienced New Brunswick medical malpractice lawyers. 

Our expert team of medical negligence attorneys in New Brunswick, NJ can help you with a variety of medical malpractice claims. 

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What is a Medical Malpractice Claim in New Brunswick, New Jersey? 

If a doctor, nurse, or other healthcare professional or facility provides treatment or it negligent in a way that caused you harm or injury, you may be a victim of medical malpractice. These injuries can be permanent, disabling or may worsen an already-existent injury. 

A healthcare provider may include:

If you feel that a healthcare provider may have caused you an injury, call Team Law for a free consultation. But what sort of injury are we talking about here? 

What are Examples of New Brunswick Medical Malpractice Cases? 

Examples of medical malpractice injuries include but are not limited to: 

If you feel you may have suffered from one of these injuries, call Team Law. With 60 years of dedicated practice experience, our New Brunswick medical malpractice lawyers can help walk you through your claim. Our friendly personal injury attorneys are here to discuss your injury and potential recovery. 

Proving Medical Malpractice in New Brunswick 

A mistake or a small error during a procedure is not certainly a malpractice medical case. In order to prove medical malpractice, four elements must be met:

  1. Causation 
  2. Duty to the patient
  3. Negligence or breach of duty 
  4. Damages[1]

What do these factors mean?

Causation is a question of whether the doctor, nurse, or other type of healthcare provider’s actions actually caused the injury in question, or if the patient’s own illness, poor health, or another factor caused the injury. 

For example: did the patient suffer from large amounts of blood loss after falling off their motorcycle, or did the doctor improperly treat the wound, causing large blood loss?

Duty to the patient places the healthcare provider into the story of your claim. Was it this specific doctor’s job to perform your surgery? Was this nurse supposed to make rounds at a certain time while you were in the hospital? More or less, was it this specific healthcare provider’s job to care for you? 

Negligence, or breach of duty, is related to the above element. If the healthcare provider did have a duty, they have breached that duty by failing to act or acting incorrectly. 

In terms of negligence, we look to the “standard of care” – did the healthcare provider in question act in a manner similar to that of another reasonable healthcare provider with similar training and experience? 

Damages may be a more familiar term. Damages refers to the compensation received for loss or injury. Damages often comes in terms of money paid to the patient, or their family, or in the form of medical bill payment. 

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Skilled Lawyers at Team Law Fight for Fair Compensation for Medical Malpractice Victims in New Brunswick, NJ 

If you feel that your injury deserves compensation, call Team Law and our New Brunswick medical malpractice lawyers will help you develop your case. 

Team Law has proven to be successful in terms of medical malpractice claims. A couple of their largest settlements of medical malpractice claims include:

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New Brunswick Medical Malpractice Lawyers

At Team Law, we understand that an injury can be scary or make you feel helpless. Don’t fear – call our specialized New Brunswick medical malpractice lawyers for a free consultation. We’ll listen to your case and evaluate how we can help. 

Don’t wait until it’s too late. If a doctor, nurse or another healthcare provider has injured you or a family member, contact our Team Law medical negligence attorneys in New Brunswick, NJ. Located in Middlesex County we are capable to represent your claims in New Jersey courts.

Find Out What Your Case Is Worth – Call 732-479-1181 or Fill Out Our Free Case Evaluation Form.

About New Brunswick, NJ

New Brunswick is a city located in Middlesex County, New Jersey. The county seat of Middlesex County, New Brunswick is located along the Raritan River and is considered part of the New York City metropolitan area. First settled in the 1680s, New Brunswick was given its name in 1714, named after the city of Braunschweig (or “Brunswick” in Low German) in Lower Saxony, Germany. New Brunswick was incorporated as a town in 1736 and chartered as a city in 1784. In 1766, New Brunswick was chosen as the site for Queen’s College, now called Rutgers University. Today, New Brunswick is a hub of healthcare and pharmaceuticals, being home to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Saint Peter’s University Hospital and the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at Rutgers, along with hosting corporate headquarters and production facilities for pharmaceutical companies such as Johnson & Johnson and Bristol-Myers Squibb.

Medical Malpractice Legal Services in Counties Nearby

Medical Malpractice Legal Services in Cities Nearby

Middlesex County Office Locations

Team Law has office locations available by appointment in Middlesex County located at:

Contact one of our Middlesex County offices today for a free consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions About Medical Malpractice

What Is Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice simply means that a doctor was careless in treating a patient. The technical legal definition in New Jersey is that the doctor failed to do something that was required by standard medical practice. Less commonly, NJ medical malpractice can also occur when a doctor does something that was forbidden by standard medical malpractice.

What Is the Process for Starting Medical Malpractice Cases?

In order to start a medical malpractice case, the first thing your lawyer will need to do is collect a complete set of the patient’s medical records. Then, your attorney will need to have those records reviewed by a doctor in the same specialty as the doctor, surgeon, or medical provider who may be the defendant in the lawsuit. For example, if it’s a nephrologist, it will be necessary to hire a nephrologist to review the medical records. At that point, you will be ready to start a medical malpractice lawsuit.

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