New Jersey Medical Malpractice Frequently Asked Questions
Over our many years of practice, we at Levinson & Axelrod have received a great number of questions about medical malpractice. Some of these inquiries tend to arise more often than others. Because of this, our New Jersey medical malpractice lawyers have created this section of frequently asked questions as a quick reference.
If you do not see your question below, please check back at a later date, as we will periodically be updating this webpage and adding to the list. For immediate answers, feel free to call us at 800-346-5529.
- What can I do if my child suffered a birth injury?
- What costs can I expect to incur as a result of medical malpractice?
- Am I responsible for a surgeon’s error?
- Can I file a complaint for medical malpractice myself, without retaining an attorney?
- How much time do I have to file a case of medical malpractice?
- I did not obtain favorable results from the medical treatment or the surgery that I had. Does that mean that I have a medical malpractice case?
- What must I do to prove that I have a case of medical malpractice against any physician?
- How long will my case take?
- What is informed consent?
- What is medical malpractice?