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New Book Available Now-Beyond The ER Doors

Beyond The ER Doors is my fourth book on medical malpractice cases here in New York. The book is designed to give you an insider's view of the hidden stories of injured people that you do not often hear about. Read the book to learn how I was able to help solve their legal problems. In the book I discuss a urology disaster... Continue reading

Blind In One Eye-New York Medical Malpractice Lawyer Explains

Have you ever met someone who was blind? Have you ever seen someone with a guide dog? Have you ever seen a blind person use a walking stick? More importantly, when you see someone who is blind only in one eye do you have questions about why they are blind in one eye? Blindness in one eye can be socially stigmatizing. People walking down the street may be curious about why you are blind in only one eye. There may be many reasons for blindness including suffering an accident or wrongdoing by a doctor or hospital. Watch the video to learn more. Continue reading

Lawyer Blooper #13

There's something about a lawyer who can't talk well that we all like to watch. Lawyers are "supposed" to be able to speak on behalf of their clients, however some lawyers just can't get it right. To see how Gerry screws up his words while videotaping his video tips, watch this quick little video. You might just enjoy watching him mess up as much as he does. Continue reading

Inside a New York Medical Malpractice Attorney's Office; Video Tour

In this brief video I give you an inside look at my Great Neck, New York office. (I also have satellite offices in New York City, Brooklyn and Staten Island, but wanted you to see where I spend most of my time). This is a never-before seen video of my office. You get to see where I spend most of my day when I'm in my office. In addition, I show you some of the lighting equipment I use to create my videos. Continue reading

Dental Implant Disaster: NY Dental Malpractice Lawyer Explains

I received a call from woman who had three dental implants placed by a dentist in Queens, NY. The doctor had abandoned all of his patients due to a fire in one of his offices leaving her with unfinished dental work. She came to me, because no dentist wanted to continue doing the work that someone else had started. Unfortunately, she had no idea that the implants were not placed correctly. She had no idea that they were put in on an angle. She had no idea that the restoration would never fit correctly because of the improper placement of implants. Watch the video to learn why she came to me for legal help. 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

Obstetrical Malpractice & Developmental Delays

You had a difficult delivery and months later are trying to find out why your baby has developmental delays. She's not reaching her milestones; she isn't turning over when she's supposed to; she doesn't track your movements with her eyes; she can't hear you very well; she's not crawling when she's supposed to, and still isn't talking. You have questions about why your child is not meeting these developmental milestones. Who do you ask for answers? Are these developmental delays related to problems during your labor and delivery? Are they genetic? Are they normal? Watch the video to learn more as an experienced New York medical malpractice attorney explains. 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

Unrecognized Brain Tumor; New York Medical Malpractice Attorney Explains

Imagine this: A woman gets into a car accident and has a CAT scan of her head. The radiologist correctly recognizes that there is a tumor in her head but fails to tell the patient about it. Nobody from the hospital ever contacts her about this very important finding. Seven months go by, and her vision begins to deteriorate. Watch the video to find out what happens. Continue reading

How Medicare Ruined One Man's Car Accident Case

A young man was hit by a car while crossing the street. He suffered severe injuries including a fractured femur and the need for tracheostomy. He was in the hospital for 3 1/2 weeks and then sent for rehabilitation therapy. He had been receiving Medicare benefits for an unrelated disability, and Medicare paid for his hospital and medical bills. When the family came to me seeking compensation for this young man's injuries, he had no idea how Medicare would alter the landscape of his potential lawsuit. Watch the video to find out how Medicare destroyed his chances of recovering any compensation from this car accident, and the injuries he suffered through no fault of his own. Continue reading

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We needed the assistance of someone who knew what they were doing. We can spend probably 10 times the amount of time today, creating 2 videos – let alone 50. So, I think when it boils down to it having someone like yourself who knows what they’re doing, has a system in place, and can really kind of work with you to get the videos flowing, get the content going – I think it’s definitely the way to go. I think you’d spend just too much time – too much energy – in trying to do it yourself.

Michael McGlinn
McGlinn & McGlinn, Attorneys at Law