Everyone has a certain level of expectation when they retain the services of a professional. Sometimes that expectation is satisfied and other times it is not. Receiving a service that does not meet your expectations does not qualify as malpractice. Dissatisfaction alone is not a valid reason for charging malpractice.
In order to have a valid malpractice claim you must prove two things:
Definitions of “reasonable action” and “significant injury” may vary according to the specific laws of the state where the alleged malpractice occurred. These differences, along with the fact that malpractice victims often suffer emotional distress along with their physical or financial hardship, add to the complexity of these cases.
The attorneys at Rotolo Karch Law are familiar with New Jersey laws as they pertain to malpractice cases and are prepared to defend your claim. Our attorneys will investigate and research the facts of your claim in preparation of your case. By comparing the practices of the accused professional with similar practices of others in his or her field, Rotolo Karch Law can advise you whether or not you have a valid claim. If you do, our attorneys will represent you in seeking compensation for the damages you suffered.