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Cancer Misdiagnosis: What You Need to Know

Misidentifying cancer poses a concern as it can profoundly impact patients and their loved ones. In regions, like New York with healthcare patients expect timely diagnoses. Despite efforts to ensure Read More

The Licatesi Law Group's $3 Million Victory in Birth Injury Case

The act of bringing a child into existence is often expected to be a joyful event. However, for certain families, it can transform into a distressing experience as a result Read More

Licatesi Law Group Secures $1.3 Million Settlement for 47-Year-Old Police Officer in Medical Malpractice Case

At The Licatesi Law Group, we acknowledge the seriousness of medical malpractice claims and the severe consequences they may have on individuals and their families. This blog post explores the Read More

When Medicine Goes Wrong: Understanding Medical Malpractice

Amputation is a medical procedure in which part of the body is removed, often a limb. Even though they are usually necessary to treat serious medical conditions or accidents, amputations can Read More

Understanding Birth Injuries: A Guide for NY Parents Navigating the Challenges of Their Child’s Health

The birth of a child is supposed to be a joyous occasion, but unfortunately, it can also result in birth injuries. Birth injuries are sustained by a newborn during delivery. Read More

Act Quickly for Medical Malpractice!

New York Medical Malpractice Lawyers Medical malpractice lawsuits are a common occurrence in New York. Medical malpractice occurs when adoctor or facility fails to provide adequate treatment, resulting in harm or Read More

The Dangers of a Breast Cancer Misdiagnosis

Although Breast Cancer Awareness month has passed, it is always good to be informed. It has been well documented that a breast cancer misdiagnosis can be life-threatening. In fact, a misdiagnosis Read More

Medical Malpractice in New York

Medical malpractice is a familiar occurrence. In a highly populated state such as New York, the likelihood for medical-related errors increases. The Covid-19 pandemic doesn’t help either. As hospitals and Read More

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