Monthly Archives: January 2009

New York Medical Malpractice Lawyer-What Is An Answer?

Learn what happens after your lawyer serves a summons and complaint. Listen in as Gerry Oginski, an experienced medical malpractice, wrongful death, negligence and accident attorney practicing law in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, Nassau & Suffolk explains what an answer is. Continue reading

What is "Medical Malpractice" in New York?

Learn what "Medical Malpractice" is. Find out what three things an experienced New York medical malpractice attorney needs to know to determine if you have a valid case. Watch the video to find out. Continue reading

Misdiagnosed Heart Attack-NY Medical Malpractice Attorney Explains

Missing the clinical warning signs of an impending heart attack is devastating. Heart muscle can die. Learn what happened to a young man when a heart doctor failed to trust his EKG machine and the computer that interpreted the EKG results.

Listen in as Gerry Oginski, an experienced New York medical malpractice, wrongful death and personal injury trial attorney practicing law in Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Manhattan, Staten Island, Long Island, Nassau & Suffolk explains.

For more information about these types of cases, go to Gerry’s popular website, or call Gerry personally at 516-487-8207 for answers to your questions. He welcomes your call.

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Unnecessary Hysterectomy-New York Medical Malpractice Lawyer Explains

Learn how a young woman was told she had cervical cancer and required a hysterectomy. After the surgery, the patient learned that there was no evidence of cancerous cells anywhere. Find out how this unnecessary hysterectomy could have been prevented. Continue reading

Dental Implant Horror Story- New York Medical Malpractice Trial Lawyer Explains

Learn how a man with only 7 natural teeth in his mouth was promised a beautiful set of upper and lower fixed porcelain bridges. How? By putting in 20 dental implants. That's only the beginning of this botched dental disaster. Continue reading

New York Medical Malpractice-Improper Knee Replacement

Listen in as Gerry Oginski, an experienced NY Medical Malpractice, Negligence, Wrongful Death and Personal Injury Trial lawyer practicing law in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, Staten Island, Nassau & Suffolk explains how a partial knee replacement was botched. Find out why this patient needed corrective surgery only four months after her initial surgery. Continue reading

New York Medical Malpractice-Death From Ruptured Shunt

Listen in as Gerry Oginski, an experienced New York medical malpractice, negligence, wrongful death and personal injury trial lawyer practicing law in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, Staten Island, Nassau & Suffolk explains how a failure to diagnose an infection in a dialysis patient caused him to bleed to death. Continue reading

New York Medical Malpractice Attorney Blooper

http://www.oginski-law.com Watch a quick 15 second blooper as New York Medical Malpractice Trial lawyer Gerry Oginski sets up for his next video. For more information go to Gerry's informative website, http://www.oginski-law.com or call Gerry personally to answer your legal questions at 516-487-8207. Continue reading

Testimonials

Gerry – I can’t thank you enough for guiding me through what would have been a disaster had anyone but you been behind the camera. My power point slides somehow disappeared from my laptop when using the hotel wireless internet … or maybe it was my “fat finger.” In any event, I knew the stuff because I had been giving public seminars on the content for years. But I tend to freeze without a visual cue. So, without visual cues, the day could well have been a huge disaster. While my practice niche is Elder Law, not PI or MedMal, you were like a football or basketball coach; despite my usual stumbles without visual cues, you were successful in getting me to go beyond the stumbles to a successful video shoot. Many thanks for your coaching!

Richard Habiger
HabigerElderLaw.com