Robotic surgery is a burgeoning field of medical study that experts believe can change many surgical procedures and treatment options. However, this technology is, and will always be, in a constant state of development and invention—and mistakes can be made. When patients are hurt because of robotic technology, the facility that uses it and/or its manufacturers can be held accountable.
At Rheingold Giuffra Ruffo & Plotkin LLP, our tenacious and experienced New York robotic surgery malpractice lawyers always endeavor to stay on the forefront of medical malpractice. We have helped countless clients who have been harmed by medical professionals and device manufacturers and have recovered over $2 billion for clients who have hurt due to the negligent actions of others.
We’re ready to assess your robotic surgery injury claim. Call us at (888) 260-0473 today to get started with a free and confidential consultation.
Robotic surgery techniques have advanced quickly and are now utilized in an array of different procedures. With the growing use of this technology, however, there have also been a rising number of claims in which patients are harmed due to device error.
Some of these injuries include:
If you or a loved one have suffered a robotic surgery injury, our firm is ready to take action on your behalf. For more than 40 years, our firm has stood with the injured, the wronged, and the bereaved, and we’ve amassed the robust resources needed to vividly put forth our clients’ medical malpractice claims.
Medical malpractice claims are complex for a number of reasons, not least of which is the complications inherent in proving that medical malpractice has, in fact, occurred. A poor outcome is not sufficient to bring a claim; rather, you will need to show that a medical provider failed to meet what is known as the standard of care. The standard of care is the level of care that another competent medical provider could have been reasonably expected to provide. When a provider fails to meet the standard of care and the patient is injured or dies as a result, this constitutes medical malpractice.
You will also need to prove that the failure to meet the standard of care is the proximate cause of your injuries. In other words, you must prove that the negligent provider’s actions or inactions are what actually caused your injuries/suffering.
If you or someone you care about was harmed after undergoing robotic surgery, we encourage you to reach out to our firm right away to learn how we can help. You could be entitled to financial compensation for your medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, disability, and other damages, but you only have 2.5 years to file your medical malpractice claim in New York. The statute of limitations is different for each state; get in touch with our team today to learn more about your specific situation.
Based in New York City, we serve clients throughout the state of New York, as well as those located throughout the nation. Start exploring your options today with a free, no-obligation case evaluation. Our team is ready to speak with you.
Call (888) 260-0473 or contact us online to get started.