Successful New Jersey Surgical Error Attorneys
Protecting Victims of Surgery Errors or Mistakes
When you require surgery because of an injury or illness, you expect, at a minimum, that your condition won’t worsen because of carelessness or negligence by the surgeon or any other medical professional. Unfortunately, it happens all too often. If you or someone you love has suffered needless injury because of medical negligence during a surgical procedure, the lawyers at RAM Law can help.
At RAM Law, our founding attorneys—Ed Rebenack, Craig Aronow and Jay Mascolo—all bring more than 15 years of practice experience to every medical malpractice case we take. They have all been certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as civil trial lawyers, putting them in the elite company of less than 2% of their colleagues in New Jersey. Because of our skill in the courtroom, we prepare every case as if it will go to trial. This strategy has proven highly effective, helping us recover millions of dollars in verdicts and settlement over the years.
We built our practice on a commitment to establishing and maintaining strong relationships with our clients, based on open communication and trust. Our attorneys will carefully listen to learn the details of your case, as well as what you need to be made whole, so that we can tailor our counsel to get the outcome you want.
Our Advocacy in Cases Involving Surgical Error
We offer comprehensive legal counsel to people who have suffered loss because of a surgical error. Our lawyers will carefully compile, assess and preserve all evidence in your case, and will meticulously prepare and file all documentation with the court. When appropriate, we’ll bring in expert witnesses, so that we can clearly present your case to a judge and jury. We’ll aggressively advocate for you in all hearing and proceedings, from depositions to settlement meetings to trial.
Our attorneys take all types of claims involving surgical error, including cases involving:
- Negligence or carelessness in the performance of a surgical procedure
- Operating on the wrong body part
- Performing the wrong operation
- Infections stemming from failure to sterilize surgical tools or other items
- Leaving a surgical tool or object in a body cavity
At RAM Law, we provide a free initial consultation to all personal injury clients. To set up a private meeting, contact us by e-mail or call our offices, in New Brunswick at 732-247-3600 or in Somerville at 908-448-2560.