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Review: “I was assigned Mr. Friedberg to defend me in my first malpractice case. I could not be in better hands. He explained the process to me and prepped me well. He delved into the specifics of the case and surprised me with hi...
Practice areas: Medical Malpractice, Health Care, Land Use & Zoning
William H. Cooper began practicing law in a large New York City law firm before joining the law firm of Marvin A. Cooper, P.C. in 1991. Billy had the opportunity to learn under the tutelage of Marvin for many years before becoming the lead trial c...
Practice areas: Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Brain Injury
Review: “John is an amazing attorney he and his son represented my child in a criminal proceeding with highley favorable results considering the mess he got himself into.For john it wasnt about the money it was about helping his c...
Practice areas: Medical Malpractice, Criminal Defense, DUI & DWI, Personal Injury, Real Estate
Everyone makes mistakes. But when doctors, nurses, therapists, or dentists make them, the effects can last a lifetime. Patients have a right to expect that medical procedures will be properly performed. Medical malpractice attorneys represent you if you are injured by a healthcare provider's careless or accidental mistakes. For example, if a doctor leaves behind gauze in your body during surgery, resulting in an infected wound that requires even more surgery, the doctor committed medical malpractice. Medical malpractice attorneys can recognize injuries caused by mistakes; they know the most common mistakes that cause injuries, and they know how to find and present information useful to prove your case. Medical malpractice attorneys also know how much insurance is available if the health care provider is responsible for what happened to you.