Fatal Medical Malpractice And Wrongful Death Lawyers
If you have lost a loved one due to medical malpractice or negligence, we sympathize with you. There is nothing that can replace your loved one, but seeking justice and obtaining recovery compensation can help you and your family cope with a tragic loss of life.
At Breslin & Breslin, we compassionately serve our clients throughout northern New Jersey. Based in Bergen County and founded in 1936, we share the values of our neighbors, and we expect to be able to trust our health care providers, just as our neighbors do. When medical malpractice turns fatal, you deserve to know why the fatal error(s) occurred and how errors could have been prevented.
Our team of experienced attorneys includes a registered nurse and an honored member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. We have obtained six- and seven-figure verdicts and settlements for our clients in New Jersey by working closely with medical experts in a variety of fields, building strong cases and aggressively advocating for accountability.
We Take On Tough Challenges
When high-paid doctors, hospitals, nursing homes, pharmacies or others are responsible for preventable patient deaths, victims and their families need strong advocates for justice and compensation. It makes sense to consult a medical malpractice lawyer who is used to courtroom challenges and anticipating health care defense negotiating tactics.
Health care industry professionals and care facilities often have substantial resources to fight negligence claims and settle for less than survivors deserve, if they are willing to settle at all. If any of the following medical errors caused your loved one’s death under the care of health care providers, we can help you seek justice now:
- Birth injury
- Surgical error
- Medication error
- Pharmacy error
- Misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose or delayed diagnosis
- Emergency room error
- Nursing home negligence or abuse
Statutes of limitations do apply in medical malpractice and wrongful death claims, but statutes vary by the patient’s age and date of death. It is critical that you speak with a knowledgeable and proactive attorney as soon as possible.
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