A hemorrhage involves serious bleeding and significant blood loss from the circulatory system and can lead to shock, organ failure and death. When the cause of the hemorrhage is misdiagnosed, effective treatment can be delayed beyond the point where it could help.
The New York medical malpractice attorneys at Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool, L.L.P., have medical knowledge in a wide variety of areas related to serious injury or death resulting from a hemorrhage. We fight to get clients the compensation they deserve.Call Us to Learn How We Can Help
Our cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If we accept your case, there is no fee unless we recover damages for you. For a free consultation with our New York personal injury attorneys, please call 212.406.1700 or contact us online.Causes of Hemorrhage
A hemorrhage resulting in serious injury or death can be caused by a wide variety of medical issues and conditions, including trauma such as a car accident, surgical or medical complications, a ruptured blood vessel or aneurysm, and blood disorders like hemophilia and leukemia.
Hemorrhages can also result from interactions of drugs and certain medications.
Cerebral hemorrhage, or bleeding in the brain, can be caused by a brain aneurysm, arteriosclerosis or a brain or head injury. Such hemorrhages can also be caused by complications of hypertension or concussion.The Importance of a Knowledgeable Attorney
Our experienced staff, medical experts and New York medical malpractice lawyers have the experience necessary to determine the specific causes of your medical situation and fight to get you the compensation you deserve. Because serious injury or death from a hemorrhage injury often involves complex medical and legal issues, it is important to find an experienced New York medical malpractice firm to represent you and your case.Call the New York law office of Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool at 212.406.1700
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