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Erbs Palsy

Erbs palsy is an injury to nerves in the upper arm and neck area. It typically occurs when there is excessive lateral traction applied to a baby's head at the time of delivery. A child with Erbs Palsy typically has a useless, withered arm. Watch the video to learn more. Continue reading

Gerry's Legal Secretary Enjoys Helping Medical Malpractice & Accident Clients

In this video you're going to meet my legal secretary, Frances, a powerhouse paralegal who is always on top of her game. She tells you in clear, concise language how she enjoys helping our clients every day. Continue reading

Attorney Blooper #12

Watch how New York medical malpractice & personal injury trial lawyer Gerry Oginski screws up his lines over and over again as he tries to create educational video. These outtakes and bloopers give you an inside look at what goes on when Gerry creates important educational video to explain how Medical malpractice, wrongful death, and accident lawsuits work in the state of New York. Continue reading

Objection Overruled! New York Medical Malpractice Lawyer Explains

How many times have you been watching a trial and heard a judge say "Objection overruled"? When you watch a movie and observe a scene from a trial and see one lawyer jump up and yell "Objection!" Why does the judge sometimes say "Objection overruled?" Watch the video to learn what objection overruled means is and what could happen if a lawyer fails to yell "Objection" at the right time. Continue reading

What is Sepsis? New York Medical Malpractice Lawyer Explains

Sepsis is an infection that spreads throughout your entire body. Once it gets into the bloodstream, it can be lethal if not treated appropriately. A systemic infection must be treated with powerful antibiotics, usually administered by IV. A failure to recognize and treat sepsis can have deadly consequences. Watch the video to find out more. Continue reading

Knee Replacement Gone Bad

A woman went to have a uni-compartmental knee replacement, and immediately upon waking from surgery was in extreme pain in the back of her knee. Despite the orthopedist's reassurances that everything was fine, and that physical therapy would solve her problem, the pain continued for the next four months. Follow-up x-rays revealed that the original hardware was not put in the correct position during the original surgery. As a result, this patient had to undergo corrective surgery to remove all of the hardware and then put in a total knee replacement to fix the problem. The tragedy was that this was totally preventable if an x-ray had been taken during surgery. Watch the video to learn more. Continue reading

A Great Example of an Attorney Who Took Action With Video

I had the privilege of meeting business lawyer David Kaufman last week to do a video shoot in Fairfax, Virginia. David is an aggressive trial lawyer and has many years of experience in all aspects of business disputes and business litigation. Most fascinating to me was the name for his website: "BusinessBrawls.com" I was so interested in the back-story behind the name of his website that I asked him to create a brief video personalizing and explaining how and why he named his website what he did. Continue reading

A Great Example of an Attorney Who Took Action With Video

I had the privilege of meeting business lawyer David Kaufman last week to do a video shoot in Fairfax, Virginia. David is an aggressive trial lawyer and has many years of experience in all aspects of business disputes and business litigation. Most fascinating to me was the name for his website: "BusinessBrawls.com" I was so interested in the back-story behind the name of his website that I asked him to create a brief video personalizing and explaining how and why he named his website what he did. Continue reading

How Long Will My Injury Lawsuit in New York Take?

Listen in as Gerry Oginski, an experienced New York medical malpractice and personal injury trial lawyer explains how long your lawsuit may take. Find out what takes so long and what has to happen in order to tell the Court that your case is ready for trial. Continue reading

New York Spinal Surgery-Unrecognized Nerve Injury

Listen in as Gerry Oginski, an experienced New York medical malpractice trial lawyer explains what happened when a woman's complaints of nerve injury went undiagnosed leading to significant neurological injury. A woman had spinal surgery and a few days later developed tingling, numbness and pain in her hands, legs and toes. Calls to the doctor's office told the patient to stay at home until a hospital bed was available. When the woman's condition worsened, she arrived at the hospital admitting office, as instructed, and waited 5 hours before being seen by a doctor. Then the doctor took a CAT scan- which was the wrong test to evaluate her condition. The correct imaging test was done a day later, further delaying the correct diagnosis and treatment. When the correct diagnosis was actually made, the neurosurgeon delayed another 8-10 hours before taking the patient to the operating room. Continue reading

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