Hospital-Borne Infectious Diseases
A growing threat to the well-being of patients who entrust their health and safety to the care of hospitals and other medical providers is the prevalence of serious, but avoidable, hospital-borne infectious diseases. Contact The Law Offices of Sanford F. Young, P.C. to schedule a consultation if you became ill or your next of kin died as a result of a hospital-borne infectious disease.The Truth: Hospital Personnel Often Fail to Meet Accepted Standard of Care
All too often, a detailed investigation into the facts and circumstances behind a hospital death or onset of illness will uncover unpleasant truths: namely the fact that hospital personnel and other medical providers often neglect basic sanitary practices and pose very troubling questions:
- Did the doctor, nurse and other aides neglect to wash their hands, sterilize surgical instruments or otherwise ensure the sterility, cleanliness and safety of feeding tubes, catheters and dialysis ports?
- Did your doctor wear the same white coat for days or weeks as he went from one sick patient to the next?
- Did the hospital properly sanitize the bed between patients?
As a result of hospital personnel's negligence in the area of sanitary practices, did you or your family member suffer grave harm after you contracted any of the following? MRSA - methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureous; VRE - vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus; CLABS - central-line associated blood stream infection; C.diff. - Clostridium difficule.Contact Our New York and New Jersey Medical Malpractice Lawyers
If you are seeking advice or representation for a medical malpractice litigation matter involving a hospital-borne infectious disease, please contact The Law Offices of Sanford F. Young, P.C.
Our firm serves clients in New York City, the New York-New Jersey metropolitan areas, throughout New York State and Northern and Central New Jersey, and can be reached by calling 212-227-9755, by e-mail, or by filling out the intake form on our Contact Us page.
Our offices are located in the financial district of Manhattan, near Wall Street, across from New York's City Hall and around the corner from the World Trade Center site, and easily accessible by public transportation or car.