Treating Physicians Can Make or Break Your New York Medical Malpractice Case

Healthcare is very important for obvious reasons, and routine medical treatment is essential to maintaining your health.  Yearly checkups for physicals and eye examinations, and biannual dental appointments are all necessary to keep you healthy and operating in top form.  These routine checkups are also great to establish a baseline to help monitor your body so that little changes can be caught early and treated immediately.  Treating physicians are very important.

 

However, sometimes treating physicians commit medical errors which could amount to medical malpractice.  After all, for you to have medical malpractice committed against you, one of the physicians treating you and make a mistake.  This could be routine treatment or something more uncommon, such as surgery or emergency care.  This could even mean that your routine and essential treatment could end up being detrimental to your health—the opposite of what it is meant to be. 

 

But even with a treating physician causing medical malpractice, you will be under the care and treatment of other physicians who will also be your treating physician.  These are really important physicians because they help monitor your recovery and heal the mistakes.  They monitor you and ensure that you can return to health, if possible.  

 

They also help track the mistakes by the negligent healthcare provider and help prove your case.  You need to always explain all of the pain, injuries, suffering, and problems that stem from the medical malpractice.  This can also help to support your case.  It is not a time to be a hero; explain in detail every pain you have!

 

Your treating physicians are also likely to testify at the trial and help submit affidavits in support of your motions.  These are important because they will help navigate you through the legal process of your claim.  The better rapport you have with your treating physicians, the more likely they will support you throughout your litigation and the more likely they will document your case.

 

But what do you think?  I would love to hear from you!  Leave a comment or I also welcome your phone call on my toll-free cell at 1-866-889-6882 or you can drop me an e-mail at [email protected]  You are always welcome to request my FREE book, The Seven Deadly Mistakes of Malpractice Victims, at the home page of my website at www.protectingpatientrights.com.

 
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