New York Medical Malpractice Attorneys

Duffy & Duffy’s seasoned trial partners have years of experience in handling complex New York medical malpractice cases. The firm has experts in almost any medical field, including brain damage, cardiovascular disease, cancer, orthopedics, strokes and a variety of other illnesses.  We also represent those suffering life-long illnesses due to complications at birth, as well as other victims unnecessarily harmed in New York by medical malpractice.

Our Nassau County medical malpractice lawyers and Suffolk County medical malpractice lawyers stand ready to help you.  No matter where you are injured in New York medical malpractice attorneys at Duffy & Duffy are here to help you.

What Cases do New York Medical Malpractice Attorneys Handle?

The Long Island medical malpractice attorneys at Duffy & Duffy handle a wide range of cases including:

Helping Victims of Medical Malpractice in Long Island, New York

In addition to our legal expertise in medical malpractice, our on-staff nurses process and review medical records in literally hundreds of cases each year.  We have relationships with medical experts in every area of medicine and an understanding of complex medical issues that allows us to communicate with these experts at a level no other firm can match.

We have assembled information on the most common types of medical malpractice.   If you have questions on a type of malpractice not listed here, please contact us to discuss your case.  Our Long Island medical malpractice lawyers are ready to help!

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