Garson & Jakub LLP boasts an unparalleled wealth of talent and expertise that has set the standard in the legal industry for over a decade, earning it the distinction of being the top medical malpractice defense firm in the tri-state area. In fact, the firm was recognized by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® as a Tier 1 firm in three practice areas, including Medical Malpractice Law, in their 2020 “Best Law Firms” list for New York City. So if you are facing a medical malpractice claim, there’s really no need to search any further than Garson & Jakub LLP.
Garson & Jakub LLP’s team of attorneys possess specialized knowledge across all medical fields, which enables them to effectively comprehend and coordinate approaches to the complex medical issues that are characteristic of medical malpractice litigation. The firm’s attorneys recognize that for success in defending medical malpractice cases, it’s not enough to be familiar with legal issues alone, they must also have a comprehensive understanding of medical procedures and underlying medicine. With extensive expertise in areas like orthopedics, podiatry, bariatric surgery, ophthalmology, general surgery, neonatology, cardiac surgery, oncology, infectious disease, neurosurgery, obstetrics, internal medicine, and emergency medicine among others, they excel at providing their clients with exceptional legal representation.
Who We Represent
The pool of our clientele expands to encompass a wide range of medical professionals, such as hospitals, physicians, nursing homes, physician group practices, healthcare organizations, psychiatrists, psychologists, podiatrists, and chiropractors.
How We Help
Garson & Jakub LLP have successfully navigated through a plethora of medical malpractice claims, involving various medical specialties and subspecialties. Our legal expertise has been instrumental in handling numerous high-profile cases, including those that have garnered significant media attention.
Medical malpractice claims that we have defended against include wrongful death and wrongful life, lack of informed consent, brain injury, disfigurement, paralysis, psychiatric disorder, vicarious liability, failure to diagnose or misdiagnosis, misreading or ignoring laboratory results, surgical errors, unnecessary surgery, or wrong site surgery, improper medication or dosage, premature discharge and/or poor follow-up care, improper/incomplete documentation, and failure to order appropriate tests.