Medical Malpractice Law
Long Island Medical Malpractice law firm helping victims of medical and hospital negligence for more than half a century
Have you or someone you love been injured because a medical professional misdiagnosed a condition? Did the doctor fail to order a test that should have been performed? Was a medical procedure improperly performed? If so, a medical malpractice lawsuit may be appropriate.
For the past 60+ years, the Mineola, Long Island law firm of Shayne, Dachs, Sauer & Dachs, LLP has been representing and fighting for the rights of victims of medical malpractice and their families on Long Island and throughout the New York Metropolitan area (Nassau and Suffolk Counties, the five boroughs of New York City [Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island], Westchester and Rockland Counties). Our firm has the resources and expertise to investigate, evaluate, and litigate even the most complex of medical cases. When you or your loved ones have experienced a bad result from bad medical care, we can find the answers as to why this unexpected result occurred, and if it was the result of medical malpractice. Throughout the years, our firm has successfully handled numerous cases against doctors and/or hospitals, involving such matters as:
We consult only with highly qualified, board certified, medical experts and are dedicated to taking cases that have merit. Whether your case involves a failure to timely diagnose cancer, a birth injury or a surgical mishap, our firm can evaluate your case for you at no charge to you. We have experienced attorneys and staff that can help you with many of the difficult problems frequently associated with complications from medical errors, including insurance issues.
Prompt action may be required
The New York statute of limitations for medical malpractice lawsuits is two and one-half years from the date of medical error or injury. This means that, with certain limited exceptions, a lawsuit must be commenced within that time frame. Indeed, where the injury results in death, surviving relatives must file a wrongful death lawsuit within two years of the date of death. Clearly, then, it is important to obtain legal advice as promptly as possible.
Experience, dedication, results
The experienced and knowledgeable lawyers at Shayne, Dachs, Sauer & Dachs, LLP have efficiently and successfully represented clients in medical malpractice cases for more than six decades. If you, a loved one, friend, or acquaintance have been the victim of medical malpractice and need the assistance of an experienced attorney, call us at (516) 747-1100 or toll-free at (866) 353-7918, to schedule a consultation or contact the firm online. Allow us to put our experience and expertise to work for you!