MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDERS IN PENNSYLVANIA

NeuwirthLaw Medical Malpractice, Mental Health Providers

People often call me with claims that they were mistreated or the victims of perceived malpractice by mental health providers. Claims range from people believing that they were improperly 302’d or had medications switched with bad side effects or were otherwise mistreated. These calls almost uniformly do not turn into actual cases. The aggrieved person may be correct and may …

BELIEVE ME, YOU DON’T WANT TO HAVE A MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CASE

NeuwirthLaw Case Matters, Medical Malpractice

Successful medical malpractice cases are ones where people die following routine surgery or where their cancer spreads and will kill the patient because it was not caught sooner or where people are permanently blinded by accident or where patients simply are so poorly managed in a nursing home that they are dropped repeatedly suffering fractured hips, internal bleeding etc. Like …

We all make mistakes: Medical Malpractice

NeuwirthLaw Medical Malpractice

  I have been a lawyer for 25 years. I have not been sued for malpractice, yet. Nevertheless, if you are a responsible professional, you will have experienced periods of questioning yourself, others in your profession, or how better you could have handled a case, patient, customer, client etc. We are more highly educated and trained and get paid more …

The Expert Witness

NeuwirthLaw For Lawyers, Medical Malpractice

                Expert witnesses are a necessary evil in your run of the mill personal injury case. We are not allowed to simply say that our client broke her wrist in the crash when her airbag went off. Even if the client’s medical records support this statement. The allegation that the other driver’s negligence caused your wrist fracture must be supported …