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Paterson Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Experienced Paterson Medical Malpractice Lawyer Pursues Financial Recovery on Behalf of Patients Harmed by Negligent Healthcare Providers in Passaic County and Throughout NJ

When you seek medical treatment, you assume that your healthcare providers will make you feel better. Although not all medical treatment is successful, in some cases you might end up in worse physical or medical condition due to the negligence or recklessness of your treating providers. If you have suffered injury or harm due to a medical provider’s treatment falling below the standard of care, a Paterson medical malpractice lawyer may be able to help you seek financial compensation and accountability.

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At Camili & Capo PA, we know the devastating impacts that medical malpractice can have on your quality of life. When you’ve suffered due to someone else’s carelessness or recklessness, you deserve full compensation for your losses. Unfortunately, insurers often use tricks and delay tactics to get you to accept far less than your claim is worth. With our firm in your corner, you will be prepared to fight as long as necessary to demand fair financial recovery. With years of courtroom experience, Krenar Camili, Esq. and his team have the expertise and resources needed to take your case all the way to trial if needed. Insurers who know you are prepared to do what it takes to secure full recovery are more likely to offer you a fair settlement. 

If you have suffered harm due to negligent care rendered by a health care professional, turn to a Paterson medical malpractice lawyer at Camili & Capo PA for a free case evaluation to learn more about how our firm can help you to seek the accountability and justice you need and deserve.

Types of Medical Malpractice Claims Camili & Capo PA Can Help You With

At the law firm of Camili & Capo PA, let a Paterson medical malpractice lawyer fight to get you the financial recovery you need and to hold your healthcare providers accountable for negligence that caused you to suffer harm from:

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Work Injury

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Slip and Fall Accident

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Car Accident

Medical malpractice cases are among some of the most complex legal claims. Because not every adverse outcome of medical treatment or even every mistake by a medical professional constitutes malpractice, proving your right to compensation for harm and loss requires careful, persuasive presentation of the facts. When you turn to Camili & Capo PA for help with your claim, a Paterson medical malpractice lawyer will go to work on your behalf by:

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If you have been the victim of medical malpractice, don’t put off starting the process of pursuing financial compensation and accountability for the injuries and harm that you have suffered. Contact Camili & Capo PA today for a free, confidential consultation to speak with a Paterson medical malpractice lawyer about your legal rights and options.

Frequently Asked Questions about Medical Malpractice in Paterson, NJ

What is medical malpractice?

Medical malpractice refers to a type of personal injury claim that arises when a health care provider, such as a hospital, doctor, nurse, or other professional causes injury to a patient through a negligent or reckless action or failure to act. Medical malpractice may occur in the diagnosis of a health condition, treatment of that condition, post-discharge care and instructions, or general health management for the patient.

What is the statute of limitations on medical malpractice?

Under New Jersey law, a medical malpractice lawsuit must be filed within two years of the date that your medical malpractice cause of action “accrues”. Typically this means two years from the date on which you received negligent or reckless treatment. However, in many cases, a medical malpractice claim accrues when the harmed patient discovers (or should through reasonable diligence discover) that they have been injured and that their injury was caused by negligent medical care. In addition, children who are harmed by medical malpractice typically have two years from their 18th birthday to file suit, except in cases involving birth injuries where a lawsuit must be filed before a child’s 13th birthday.

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