Negligence Injury Lawyers in New York
Holding Professionals Accountable For Negligence
As required by law, contractors, accountants, medical specialists and other professionals must behave ethically when providing professional services. These laws protect victims of ethical violations and hold wrongdoers liable for the damage they cause.
At Rheingold, Giuffra, Ruffo & Plotkin LLP, our New York professional negligence attorneys will assist individuals and businesses who believe they have suffered damages or harm due to a hired professional who provided them with unacceptable negligent service.
Our team is experienced in obtaining expert testimony in order to prove professional negligence occurred. Call (888) 260-0473 to learn more.
Proving Complex Professional Negligence Cases
Injuries from professional negligence can be either physical or financial. While medical malpractice can result in severe damage to patients, a negligent accountant can seriously cripple a client's financial well-being. All professionals need to be held accountable for their actions so they maintain proper duty of care at all times.
Instances of professional negligence may occur in the following services:
- Physicians, dentists, chiropractors, psychiatrists, pharmacists, nurses and physical therapists
- Engineers, architects and contractors
- Attorneys, accountants, insurance agents, fire investigators and claim handlers
Proving professional negligence can be suffering. Receiving poor service does not necessarily mean there was professional negligence. To prevail, we still need to demonstrate that there was a breach of professional duty. This often involves obtaining expert witness testimony which can explain how an accident could have been avoided with proper care.
negligent professionals owe their victims
Our experienced New York professional negligence lawyers are knowledgeable about the type of care and services you deserve to receive from professionals. We also understand the appropriate compensation you will require when professional negligence results in injury, which can include medical costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
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