$775,000 Podiatric Malpractice

June 3rd, 2017 Results,Uncategorized

A teenager underwent bunion and hammertoe surgery. It was contended that the podiatrist failed to recommend conservative and non-invasive alternatives before operating. It was also claimed the operation was performed without the patient’s informed consent. The podiatrist contended that the operation performed was necessary and was consistent with good and acceptable care. A Rockland Jury disagreed.

Fellows Hymowitz took on a difficult case which ended in a positive resolution. The professionalism and dedication of the entire staff was overwhelming. They handled my case as if it was there own. There was no double talk or redundant paper work. They kept the case moving forward in a positive flow with continuous communication and explanation of each step. I highly recommend this firm.

- Anonymous