Medical Malpractice | Serving Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Medical Malpractice Law Firm
Zucker & Regev was founded on the principle that victims of negligence or recklessness deserve justice. To protect innocent clients, we are prepared to work tirelessly and secure compensation from all types of parties, including insurance companies and other large institutions that often seek to avoid liability for devastating injuries or wrongful deaths.
Many firms make promises about their credentials, but few have the proven, objective track record of success like Zucker & Regev.
Unlike many other practices, our firm remains focused exclusively on personal injury and medical malpractice. We utilize the expertise of a variety of specialists — including a former physician who is on our staff — to clarify and substantiate complex medical evidence. Above all, we are a client-centered law firm, so our attorneys will always be a phone call away throughout the duration of your case.
Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
Call Zucker & Regev, P.C. today at 718-624-1211 to arrange your free initial consultation.
$10.5 million for a child who suffered severe brain injury due to malpractice in the prenatal care rendered to the child's mother.
$6 million for the death of a 33 year old plumber survived by a 33 year old wife who drowned when the driver of the vehicle in which he was a passenger lost control and veered off the roadway into a pond of water (this is the largest reported settlement for injury or death suffered by a passenger in a motor vehicle accident in NY in 2014).
$5.375 million for child with mental retardation and cerebral palsy due to brain injury at birth as a result of a ruptured uterus.
$5.1 million for a 19-year-old patient who suffered brain injury due to a physician's failure to diagnose a pseudoaneurysm of the internal carotid artery following a motorcycle accident.
$5 million for 18 month old child with sickle cell disease who suffered massive stroke after being discharged from hospital with misdiagnosis of sickle cell crisis.
$3.9 million for a cancer patient who suffered severe burns due to excessive radiation.
$3.5 million for 53 year old maintenance worker who underwent laryngectomy and placement of feeding tube due to failure to diagnose throat cancer.
$2.8 million for an infant who suffered brain damage and cerebral palsy as a result of delay in performing a C-section.
$2.75 million for a 43 year old school bus driver who suffered a hemorrhagic stroke after being discharged from the emergency room on two consecutive days with complaints of severe headaches.
$2.25 million for death of single mother of 5 children due to hypoxia from adverse reaction to morphine from PCA pump.
$2.2 million for a child who suffered severe loss of vision due to a physician's failure to diagnose and treat retinopathy of prematurity.
$1.875 million for a 25-year-old woman who suffered blindness due to the failure of her optometrist to diagnose diabetic retinopathy.
$1.75 million for death of 74 year old woman due to failure to diagnose cancer of the ureter.
$1.75 million dollars for 24 year old passenger in an automobile accident who sustained traumatic brain injury and fractured femur.
$1.625 million for death of 38 year old police officer survived by 6 year old child due to failure to diagnose pulmonary embolism.
$1.5 million for death of 68 year old retired female due to delay in diagnosing retroperitoneal bleed while being treated in hospital with anticoagulants for deep vein thrombosis.
$1.375 million for a 57-year-old woman who sustained multiple pelvic injuries due to a delay in diagnosing a pelvic infection.
$1.3 million for a 40 year old woman who suffered partial paralysis due to undiagnosed myelopathy of spinal cord.
$1.25 million for the death of 30 year old mother of two children from chorioamnionitis.
$1.2 million for a 45-year-old patient who suffered bowel perforation and sepsis due to a physician's failure to diagnose and treat diverticulitis.
$1.1 million for an 80-year-old automobile passenger who suffered a knee fracture that could not be surgically repaired due to an underlying medical condition, leaving her confined to a wheelchair.
$1.1 million for a 35 year old woman who died in childbirth due to preeclampsia.
$1 million for a 57-year-old woman who underwent an unindicated total removal of her colon.
$1 million for a 45 year old woman who developed sepsis due to an unrecognized bowel perforation sustained during surgery to remove an endometrial polyp from the uterus.
$1 million for a 13-year-old junior high school student who suffered the loss of an eye after being shot by an intruder in the schoolyard.
$1 million for a 42-year-old woman who suffered cardio-respiratory arrest and permanent brain damage after ingestion of medication for hypertension.
$1 million for a 50-year-old woman after a podiatrist failed to diagnose dystonia and subsequently performed a contraindicated surgery, causing the inversion of her foot and depriving her of the ability to walk without crutches.
$950,000 for a 5-year-old child who suffered a major birth injury (Erb's palsy) due to the malpractice of an obstetrician in the delivery of the child.
$900,000 for the death of a 58-year-old father and husband due to the failure to diagnose and treat pulmonary embolism and pneumonia.
$850,000 for 74 year old woman who suffered a ruptured spleen as a result of a colonoscopy.
$800,000 for a 48-year-old man who suffered damage to his heart valve due to a delay in diagnosing endocarditis.
$750,000 for 58 year old man with diverticulitis who underwent unnecessary subtotal colectomy with removal of healthy colon.
$725,000 for 36 year old male operator of a motor scooter who underwent a cervical fusion following a collision with a DHL delivery truck.