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Cape May Medical Malpractice Lawyer

When a patient or family member is seriously injured or wrongfully killed by the reckless or negligent conduct of a health care provider, New Jersey law provides a means for obtaining monetary compensation for lost wages, medical bills and pain and and suffering. Call me, Joseph Monaco, Cape May Medical Malpractice Lawyer, to learn if you or a loved one are a victim of Medical Malpractice in Cape May County, New Jersey.

Medical malpractice cases are fiercely fought by the big insurance companies and hospitals. Plus, physicians do not wish to have their reputations blemished because they committed a medical error. The physician will likely feel that a settlement or jury verdict may impact their medical practice and income. Many medical malpractice insurance policies require the consent of the medical provider before a settlement may be reached. This means that your case has to be handled properly so the physician or hospital is convinced that a medical error occurred thereby leading to a consent to settle.

What is Cape May County Medical Malpractice?

Malpractice basically means negligence. The medical provider breached a legal duty that led to harm. The legal elements of a medical malpractice case include a patient-physician relationship creating a duty of care, a breach of that duty and resulting injury or death, meaning the harm was caused by a breach of the duty. Medical providers must meet a “Standard of Care” duty, expressed or implied, set by the medical community including the specialty to which they belong.

Speak with an Experienced Cape May Medical Malpractice Lawyer Today

I am a New Jersey Trial following in my father’s footsteps. I work tirelessly to keep up his long tradition as a trial lawyer fighting for the underdog. Call or text me at 609-277-3166 to help decide whether you or a family member should pursue a case for medical malpractice in Cape May County, New Jersey. Free Consultation and the No Recovery, No Fee Guarantee.

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